Creating Smooth Implicit Surfaces from Polygonal Meshes

@inproceedings{gary1999CreatingSI,
  title={Creating Smooth Implicit Surfaces from Polygonal Meshes},
  author={Gary Yngve gary},
  year={1999}
}
  • Gary Yngve gary
  • Published 1999
Implicit surfaces have long been used for a myriad of tasks in computer graphics, including modeling soft or organic objects, morphing, and constructive solid geometry. Although operating on implicit surfaces is usually straight-forward, creating them is not — interactive techniques are impractical for complex models, and automatic techniques have been largely unexplored. We introduce a practical method for creating implicit surfaces from polygonal models that produces high-quality results for… CONTINUE READING
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