Usually, representing implicit surfaces is confined to homogeneous and manifold ones. That is, singularities such as isolated points and self-intersections cannot be detected and thus sampled and rendered.
So, the main aims of this project are the following:
- To design and implement new rendering algorithms for inhomogeneous and non-manifold implicit surfaces with topological guarantees.
- To apply the acquired knowledge on implicit surfaces to modeling of human organs and physical phenomena (e.g. fluids and fire).
|Start Date: 01-03-2005|
|End Date: 28-02-2007|
|Team: Abel Joao Padrão Gomes, José Francisco Monteiro Morgado, Frutuoso Gomes Mendes da Silva|
|Groups: Network Architectures and Protocols – Cv|
|Partners: Universidade da Beira Interior|
|Local Coordinator: Abel Joao Padrão Gomes|