Generating textures on arbitrary surfaces using reaction-diffusion

@inproceedings{Turk1991GeneratingTO,
  title={Generating textures on arbitrary surfaces using reaction-diffusion},
  author={Greg Turk},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH},
  year={1991}
}
This paper describes a biologically motivated method of texture synthesis called reaction-diffusion and demonstrates how these textures can be generated in a manner that directly matches the geometry of a given surface. Reaction-diffusion is a process in which two or more chemicals diffuse at unequal rates over a surface and react with one another to form stable patterns such as spots and stripes. Biologists and mathematicians have explored the patterns made by several reaction-diffusion… CONTINUE READING

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