Artistic screening

  title={Artistic screening},
  author={Victor Ostromoukhov and Roger D. Hersch},
Artistic screening is a new image reproduction technique incorporating freely created artistic screen elements for generating halftones. Fixed predefined dot contours associated with given intensity levels determine the screen dot shape’s growing behavior. Screen dot contours associated with each intensity level are obtained by interpolation between the fixed predefined dot contours. A user-defined mapping transforms screen elements from screen element definition space to screen element… CONTINUE READING
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