Conference 3 Dec - 6 Dec Exhibition 4 Dec - 6 Dec


    Technical Briefs

    01 Full Conference 1 - Full Conference One Day


    Friday, 05 December

    02:15 PM - 04:15 PM

    Sweet Osmanthus Hall

    Density Aware Shape Modeling to Control Mass Properties of 3D Printed Objects

    We present a density aware shape modelling method to control the mass properties such as center of mass and total mass of 3D printed objects.

    Daiki Yamanaka, The University of Tokyo

    Hiromasa Suzuki, The University of Tokyo

    Yutaka Ohtake, The University of Tokyo

    Panoramic e-Learning Videos for non-Linear Navigation

    We introduce a new interface for augmenting e-learning videos with panoramic frames and content-based navigation. Our interface gradually builds a panoramic video, and allows users to navigate through such video by directly clicking on its contents, as opposed to using a conventional time slider.

    Rosalia Schneider, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

    Manuel Menezes de Oliveira Neto, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

    Unified Skinning of Rigid and Deformable Models for Anatomical Simulations

    We propose a novel geometric skinning approach that unifies geometric blending for multibody models with embedded surfaces for finite-element models. Using our skinning framework we create first-of-its-kind swallowing and speech acoustics simulations that are generated by muscle-driven biomechanical models of the upper airway.

    Ian Stavness, University of Saskatchewan

    Antonio Sanchez, University of British Columbia

    John Lloyd, University of British Columbia

    Andrew Ho, University of British Columbia

    Johnty Wang, McGill University

    Sidney Fels, University of British Columbia

    Danny Huang, University of Saskatchewan

    Local and Nonlocal Guidance Coupled Surface Deformation

    This paper presents a novel 3D shape surface deformation method with local and nonlocal guidance. Our approach uses the locally linear embedding to construct the nonlocal relationship, and uses a well known local neighborhood coherence to represent the local relationship. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of our method.

    Yufeng Tang, Beihang University

    Dongqing Zou, Beihang University

    Jianwei Li, Beihang University

    Xiaowu Chen, Beihang University

    The Subdivision Wavelet Transform with Local Shape Control

    In this paper, we present a method to construct the efficient wavelet transform based on the matrix-valued Loop subdivision. The new wavelet transforms inherits the advantages of the matrix-valued subdivision and offers the good shape preserving ability.

    Chong Zhao, Computer Science Department, Xiamen University

    Hanqiu Sun, The Chinese University Of Hong Kong

    Topology-aware Reconstruction of Thin Tubular Structures

    We propose a reconstruction method that combines image processing techniques with physics simulation for high fidelity reconstruction of thin, tubular objects.

    Tobias Martin, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

    Juan Montes, Concordia University

    Jean-Charles Bazin, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

    Tiberiu Popa, Concordia University

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