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Title: An interactive framework for component-based morphing
Keywords: mesh morphing, interactive techniques, component decomposition, animation, shape blending, deformation
Issue Date: 9-Mar-2004
Citation: ZHAO YONGHONG (2004-03-09). An interactive framework for component-based morphing. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis presents an interactive morphing framework to empower users to conveniently and effectively control the whole morphing process. The novelty of the framework lies in the integration of global-level and local-level user control through the use of components, and the incorporation of deduction and assistance in user interaction. Given two meshes, users can choose to specify their requirements either at the global level over components or at the local level within components, whichever is more intuitive. Based on user specifications, the framework can deduce implied correspondences and add assumed correspondences at both levels. To specify trajectories, users can operate on a component as a whole or on its individual vertices. On the whole, users can choose to specify any number of requirements at each level and the system can complete all other tasks to produce final morphs. Even an amateur can use the framework to design morphing with ease.
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