Technical Briefs


    Thursday, 21 November

    11:00 - 12:45

    Room S223

    Example-Based Art Pattern Synthesis Using Level Sets

    An effective example-based method for synthesizing line drawings and digital art patterns that have repeated elements.

    Ruobing Wu, The University of Hong Kong
    Wenping Wang, The University of Hong Kong
    Yizhou Yu, The University of Hong Kong

    Parallel Iso/Aniso-scale Surface Texturing Guided in Gabor Space

    This paper presents a parallel texture synthesis over arbitrary surfaces, generating consistent and spatially-varying visual appearances. A novel scaling field is represented to measure the geometry-aware appearance or geometric deformation, therefore the generated textures locally agree with the geometric structure and maintain the coherence during shape deformation.

    Bin Sheng , Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Hanqiu Sun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Yubao Wu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Daniel Thalmann, Nanyang Technological University

    A Fast Spatial Patch Blending Algorithm for Artefact Reduction in Pattern-based Image Inpainting

    We propose a fast and generic spatial patch blending technique that can be embedded within any kind of pattern-based inpainting algorithm. This extends the works of [Daisy et al. 2013] on the visual enhancement of inpainting results.

    Maxime Daisy, GREYC
    David Tschumperlé, GREYC
    Olivier Lézoray,GREYC

    Computer Analysis for Visual Art Style

    The trained basis functions reflecting the style characteristics of visual art works are obtained through the Sparse Coding. Gabor energy is extracted from the trained basis functions. Van Gogh and Monet's art works are analyzed through normalized mutual information computing using Gabor energy to find the diversity of style.

    Yuqing Liu, Yunnan University
    Yuanyuan Pu, Yunnan University
    Dan Xu, Yunnan University