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 Gerd Reis

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Publication years2004-2015
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February 2015 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) - Special Issue on Best Papers from Digital Heritage 2013: Volume 8 Issue 1, February 2015
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 1
Downloads (6 Weeks): 5,   Downloads (12 Months): 46,   Downloads (Overall): 204

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Effective documentation and display of ancient objects is an essential task in the field of cultural heritage conservation. Digitization plays an important role in the process of creating, preserving, and accessing objects in digital space. Up to the present day, industrial scanners are used for this task, which focus mainly ...
Keywords: Appearance, BRDF, cultural heritage, digital replica, virtual museum

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January 2013 WACV '13: Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV)
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 7

We present OrcaM, a device for exploring new methods in the field of simultaneous acquisition of geometry, color and reflectance properties. OrcaM employs a full-spherical construction, a movable projector-camera unit, 633 individually controllable LEDs and a height-adjustable turntable with a glass carrier. In contrast to state of the art hardware ...
Keywords: Cameras,Glass,Calibration,Geometry,Image reconstruction,Light emitting diodes,Hardware

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October 2009 Computing - Geometric Modelling, Dagstuhl 2008: Volume 86 Issue 2-3, October 2009
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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Citation Count: 1

We present an adaptive quasi-interpolating quartic spline construction for regularly sampled surface data. The method is based on a uniform quasi-interpolating scheme, employing quartic triangular patches with C 1 -continuity and optimal approximation order within this class. Our contribution is the adaption of this scheme to surfaces of varying geometric ...
Keywords: 65D17 and 68U07 Computer aided design, 65D18 Computer graphics and computational geometry, Splines

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September 2008 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics: Volume 14 Issue 5, September 2008
Publisher: IEEE Educational Activities Department
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Citation Count: 0

We present a novel GPU-based algorithm for high-quality rendering of bivariate spline surfaces. An essential difference to the known methods for rendering graph surfaces is that we use quartic smooth splines on triangulations rather than triangular meshes. Our rendering approach is direct in the sense that since we do not ...
Keywords: Raytracing, Raytracing, Spline and piecewise polynomial approximation, Spline and piecewise polynomial approximation

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June 2005 EUROVIS'05: Proceedings of the Seventh Joint Eurographics / IEEE VGTC conference on Visualization
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 3

We present a new algorithm extracting and fairing surfaces from segmented volumes composed of multiple materials. In a first pass, the material boundaries in the volume are smoothed considering signed distance functions for the individual materials. Second, we apply a marching-cubes-like contouring method providing initial meshes defining material boundaries. Non-manifold ...

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May 2004 VISSYM'04: Proceedings of the Sixth Joint Eurographics - IEEE TCVG conference on Visualization
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 0

We present a volume modelling approach based on sequences of two-dimensional ultrasound images. Though generally applicable to arbitrary freehand ultrasound, our method is designed for the reconstruction of timevarying volumes from ultrasound images of a human heart. Since the reliability of the reconstructed data depends very much on the spatial ...
Keywords: echocardiography, freehand ultrasound, adaptive mesh refinement, scattered data approximation, volume reconstruction



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