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3D Painting on Scanned Surfaces Maneesh Agrawala
 

Summary: 3D Painting on Scanned Surfaces
Maneesh Agrawala
Andrew C. Beers
Marc Levoy
Computer Science Department
Stanford University
Abstract
We present an intuitive interface for painting on unparameterized
three-dimensional polygon meshes using a 6D Polhemus space
tracker asan input device. Given a physical object we first acquire
its surface geometry using a Cyberware scanner. We then treat the
sensorof the spacetracker asa paintbrush. As we move the sensor
over the surface of the physical object we color the corresponding
locations on the scanned mesh. The physical object provides a
natural force-feedback guide for painting on the mesh, making it
intuitive and easy to accurately place color on the mesh.
CR categories: 1.3.6 [Computer Graphics]: Methodology - Inter-
action Techniques. 1.3.7 [Computer Graphics]: 3D Graphics and
Realism - Color and texture; Visible surface algorithms.
Additional keywords: 3D painting, painting systems, direct ma-

  

Source: Agrawala, Maneesh - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences