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Interactive Furniture Design: Using Deformable Models to Create Chairs
 

Summary: Interactive Furniture Design:
Using Deformable Models to Create Chairs
by
Aseem Agarwala
MIT Media Laboratory
20 Ames Street
Cambridge MA 02139
aseem@mit.edu
Submitted to the Department of Electrical Enginering
and Computer Science in Fulfillment of the
Advanced Undergraduate Project
Supervised by Mathew Brand, MIT Media Laboratory
Abstract
Deformable models that evolve under a set of mutual forces and constraints
can be used to solve various problems in graphical design. We describe a
system that takes as input the silhouette of a seated person and creates a
chair that is aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound. We encode the
input image and knowledge of furniture design into a set of force fields
and constraints, and then allow several deformable models to evolve into
stable shapes in this environment. The interface of the system allows the

  

Source: Agarwala, Aseem - Adobe Systems & Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences