3 D Geometry Compression and Progressive Transmission

  title={3 D Geometry Compression and Progressive Transmission},
  author={Gabriel Taubin},
Polygonal meshes remain the primary representation for visualization of 3D data in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, architecture, geographic information systems, medical imaging, robotics, entertainment, and military applications. Because of its widespread use, it is desirable to compress polygonal meshes stored in file servers and exchanged over computer networks to reduce storage and transmission time requirements. In this report we describe several schemes that have been… CONTINUE READING
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