publication . Article . 2012

Computer Tool for Automatically Generated 3D Illustration in Real Time from Archaeological Scanned Pieces

Luis López; Germán Arroyo; Domingo Martín;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Nov 2012
  • Publisher: Universitat Politècnica de València
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
[EN] The graphical documentation process of archaeological pieces requires the active involvement of a professional artist to recreate beautiful illustrations using a wide variety of expressive techniques. Frequently, the artist’s work is limited by the inconvenience of working only with the photographs of the pieces he is going to illustrate. This paper presents a software tool that allows the easy generation of illustrations in real time from 3D scanned models. The developed interface allows the user to simulate very elaborate artistic styles through the creation of diagrams by using the available virtual lights. The software processes the diagrams to render a...
Subjects
free text keywords: Visualización expresiva, Documentación arqueológica, Interfaz gráfica, Non photorealistic rendering, Archaeological documentation, Graphic user interface, Museums. Collectors and collecting, AM1-501, Archaeology, CC1-960
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