Interactive Image-Guided Modeling of Extruded Shapes

Yan-Pei Cao Tsinghua University Tao Ju 2Washington University in St. Louis Zhao Fu Tsinghua University Shi-Min Hu Tsinghua University

Geometric Modeling and Processing mathscidoc:1608.16042

Computer Graphics Forum, 33, (7), 101-110 , 2014
A recent trend in interactive modeling of 3D shapes from a single image is designing minimal interfaces, and accompanying algorithms, for modeling a specific class of objects. Expanding upon the range of shapes that existing minimal interfaces can model, we present an interactive image-guided tool for modeling shapes made up of extruded parts. An extruded part is represented by extruding a closed planar curve, called base, in the direction orthogonal to the base. To model each extruded part, the user only needs to sketch the projected base shape in the image. The main technical contribution is a novel optimization-based approach for recovering the 3D normal of the base of an extruded object by exploring both geometric regularity of the sketched curve and image contents. We developed a convenient interface for modeling multi-part shapes and a method for optimizing the relative placement of the parts. Our tool is validated using synthetic data and tested on real-world images.
interactive modeling, Extruded Shapes
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  title={Interactive Image-Guided Modeling of Extruded Shapes },
  author={Yan-Pei Cao, Tao Ju, Zhao Fu, and Shi-Min Hu},
  booktitle={Computer Graphics Forum},
  pages={101-110 },
Yan-Pei Cao, Tao Ju, Zhao Fu, and Shi-Min Hu. Interactive Image-Guided Modeling of Extruded Shapes . 2014. Vol. 33. In Computer Graphics Forum. pp.101-110 .
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