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(a) ASAP (b) ARAP (c) LABF (d) IC (e) CP Figure 1: Parameterization of the Gargoyle model using (a) our As-Similar-As-Possible (ASAP) procedure, (b) As-Rigid-As-Possible (ARAP) procedure, (c) Linear ABF [ZLS07], (d) inverse curvature approach [YKL*08], and (e) curvature prescription approach [BCGB08]. The pink lines are the seams of the closed mesh when cut(More)
We describe a compression scheme for the geometry component of 3D animation sequences. This scheme is based on the principle component analysis (PCA) method, which represents the animation sequence using a small number of basis functions. Second-order linear prediction coding (LPC) is applied to the PCA coefficients in order to further reduce the code size(More)
We present a new technique for passive and markerless facial performance capture based on <i>anchor frames</i>. Our method starts with high resolution per-frame geometry acquisition using state-of-the-art stereo reconstruction, and proceeds to establish a single triangle mesh that is propagated through the entire performance. Leveraging the fact that facial(More)
We show how to use fixed bases for efficient spectral compression of 3D meshes. In contrast with compression using variable bases, this permits efficient decoding of the mesh. The coding procedure involves efficient mesh augmentation and generation of a neighborhood-preserving mapping between the vertices of a 3D mesh with arbitrary connectivity and those(More)
We show that the average entropy of the distribution of valences in valence sequences for the class of manifold 3D triangle meshes and the class of manifold 3D polygon meshes is strictly less than the entropy of these classes themselves. This implies that, apart from a valence sequence, another essential piece of information is needed for valence-based(More)
Parameterization of 3D mesh data is important for many graphics applications, in particular for texture mapping, remeshing and morphing. Closed manifold genus-0 meshes are topologically equivalent to a sphere, hence this is the natural parameter domain for them. Parameterizing a triangle mesh onto the sphere means assigning a 3D position on the unit sphere(More)
We present a method for naturally and continuously morphing two simple planar polygons with corresponding vertices in a manner that guarantees that the intermediate polygons are also simple. This contrasts with all existing polygon morphing schemes who cannot guarantee the non-self-intersection property on a global scale, due to the heuristics they employ.(More)