A Visualization Model of Flower Based on Deformation

@inproceedings{Lu2008AVM,
  title={A Visualization Model of Flower Based on Deformation},
  author={Ling Lu and Lei Wang and Xuedong Yang},
  booktitle={CCTA},
  year={2008}
}
We present a simple and effective modeling method for flowers. It starts with an initial geometric shape, such as ellipsoid, cylinder, or plane surface et al., and then simulates flower components (such as pedicel, receptacle, pistils, stamens, petals and sepals) by addition deformation to the basic geometric shape. The detailed geometry of flower component is defined by basic equation for the basic shape along with a deformation function. A variety of flower can be produced by varying the… 

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