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Project Description Including Results from Prior NSF Support Shape Capture and Modeling for Wrist Dynamics and Ancient Pottery Analysis using Manifold Surfaces and Signed-Distance Volume Images

@inproceedings{Laidlaw2005ProjectDI,
  title={Project Description Including Results from Prior NSF Support Shape Capture and Modeling for Wrist Dynamics and Ancient Pottery Analysis using Manifold Surfaces and Signed-Distance Volume Images},
  author={D. Laidlaw and Brown},
  year={2005}
}
Computer Graphics Tools for Understanding Tensor-Valued Volume Data: A Painting Metaphor (CCR-96-19649, CCR-9996209). PI: David H. Laidlaw Amount: $139,620 Duration: April 1997 Jan 2001. In this project we developed visualization tools using concepts from oil painting, primarily layering and discrete brush strokes. The work was applied to multi-valued medical imaging data and to 2D fluid flow. Example images from both domains are shown in Fig. 1. The work has been presented at a Visualization… Expand

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