The UC Berkeley System for Interactive Visualization of Large Architectural Models

@article{Funkhouser1996TheUB,
  title={The UC Berkeley System for Interactive Visualization of Large Architectural Models},
  author={T. Funkhouser and S. Teller and D. Khorramabadi},
  journal={Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments},
  year={1996},
  volume={5},
  pages={13-44}
}
Realistic-looking architectural models with furniture may consist of millions of polygons and require gigabytes of data—far than today's workstations can render at interactive frame rates or store in physical memory. We have developed data structures and algorithms for identifying a small portion of a large model to load into memory and render during each frame of an interactive walkthrough. Our algorithms rely upon an efficient display database that represents a building model as a set of… Expand
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