Real-Time High-Resolution Sparse Voxelization with Application to Image-Based Modeling

@inproceedings{Loop2013RealTimeHS,
  title={Real-Time High-Resolution Sparse Voxelization with Application to Image-Based Modeling},
  author={Charles T. Loop and Cha Zhang and Zhengyou Zhang},
  booktitle={High Performance Graphics},
  year={2013}
}
We present a system for real-time, high-resolution, sparse voxelization of an image-based surface model. Our approach consists of a coarse-to-fine voxel representation and a collection of parallel processing steps. Voxels are stored as a list of unsigned integer triples. An oracle kernel decides, for each voxel in parallel, whether to keep or cull its voxel from the list based on an image consistency criterion of its projection across cameras. After a prefix sum scan, kept voxels are subdivided… CONTINUE READING

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