Using expressive rendering for remote visualization of large city models

@inproceedings{Quillet2006UsingER,
  title={Using expressive rendering for remote visualization of large city models},
  author={Jean-Charles Quillet and Gwenola Thomas and Xavier Granier and Pascal Guitton and Jean-Eudes Marvie},
  booktitle={Web3D},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, we present a new approach for remote visualization of large 3D cities. Our approach is based on expressive rendering (also known as Non-Photorealistic Rendering), and more precisely, on feature lines. By focusing on characteristic features, this solution brings a more legible visualization and reduces the amount of data transmitted on the network. We also introduce a client-server system for remote rendering, as well as the involved pre-processing stage that is required for… CONTINUE READING

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