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This paper presents a system to create mirror-symmetric surfaces from free-form sketches. The system takes as input a hand-drawn sketch and generates a surface whose silhouette approximately matches the input sketch. The input sketch typically consists of a set of curves connected at their endpoints, forming T-junctions and cusps. Our system is able to(More)
We describe a system for taking a 2D sketch of a mirror-symmetric 3D shape and lifting the curves to 3D, inferring the symmetry relationship from the original hand-drawn curves. The system takes as input a hand-drawn sketch and generates a set of 3D curves such that their orthogonal projection matches the input sketch. The main contribution is a method(More)
The advent of 3D scanning technology has allowed effective measurement and analysis of breast size and shape, attracting interests by plastic surgeons, brassier designers, etc. Much work remains, however, before 3D scanning systems can be successfully used in automated analysis and synthesis of the breast—filtering noise, filling holes, and, in case a(More)
We discuss a set of techniques based on examples for generating realistic, controllable human whole-body models. Users are assisted in automatically generating a new model or modifying an existing one by controlling the parameters provided. Our approach is based on examples and consists of three major parts. First, each example from the 3D range scanner is(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE 'Focal necrotizing pneumonia' was defined as a localized type of necrotizing pneumonia characterized by a single or few cavities of low density without rim enhancement on computed tomography (CT) scan. The purpose of this study was to investigate the clinical features and course of patients with focal necrotizing pneumonia, thereby(More)
Skin tension lines, defined as the lines of maximal tension, often provide guidelines for surgical incisions and pattern design of tight-fit, functional clothing. In this work, we are interested in developing methods for finding personalized, dynamic skin tension lines (DSTL) in a non-invasive manner. We base our study on the kinematic analysis of point(More)