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Extending Hypertextures to Non-Geometrically Definable Volume Data

Richard Satherley, Mark Jones Orcid Logo

Volume Graphics, Pages: 211 - 225

Swansea University Author: Mark Jones Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1007/978-1-4471-0737-8_13

Abstract

Texture mapping is an extremely powerful tool for the addition of surface detail to an object. This paper aims to introduce the eld of three dimen- sional texture mapping, in terms of "solid textures" and "hypertextures". The second half of the paper shows how the hypertexture pa...

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Published in: Volume Graphics
Published: 2000
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa16833
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Abstract: Texture mapping is an extremely powerful tool for the addition of surface detail to an object. This paper aims to introduce the eld of three dimen- sional texture mapping, in terms of "solid textures" and "hypertextures". The second half of the paper shows how the hypertexture paradigm can be extended, with the use of "distance transforms", to incorporate non- geometrically de nable datasets.
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Start Page: 211
End Page: 225