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The Visual Computer

, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp 229–242 | Cite as

Polygonal space carving with geometric anti-aliasing

  • Jung LeeEmail author
  • Chang-Hun Kim
Special section: Fourth Israel–Korea Bi-National Conference on Geometric Modeling and Computer Graphics

Abstract

This paper proposes an algorithm that solves the shape recovery problem from N arbitrary images. By introducing a polygonal carving technique, the proposed algorithm can reconstruct the image-consistent polygonal shape that is patched by input images. This algorithm eliminates the invalid vertices and polygons from the initial polygonal grid space according to the color variance that represents their image consistency. The carved shape is refined by moving the outlier vertices on the boundary of each image. The final reconstructed shape faithfully accounts for the input images, and its textured appearance reflects the similar color property of the target object.

Keywords

Shape recovery Polygonal carving Image-consistent shape Color variance Boundary refinement 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringKorea UniversityKorea

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