Output-coherent image-space LIC for surface flow visualization

@article{Huang2012OutputcoherentIL,
  title={Output-coherent image-space LIC for surface flow visualization},
  author={Jin Huang and Wenjie Pei and Chu Wen and Guoning Chen and Wei Chen and Hujun Bao},
  journal={2012 IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium},
  year={2012},
  pages={137-144}
}
Image-space line integral convolution (LIC) is a popular approach for visualizing surface vector fields due to its simplicity and high efficiency. To avoid inconsistencies or color blur during the user interactions in the image-space approach, some methods use surface parameterization or 3D volume texture for the effect of smooth transition, which often require expensive computational or memory cost. Furthermore, those methods cannot achieve consistent LIC results in both granularity and color… Expand
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