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000149448 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1007/s11263-006-8595-0
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000149448 037__ $$aARTICLE
000149448 245__ $$aImplicit Meshes for Effective Silhouette Handling
000149448 269__ $$a2007
000149448 260__ $$bSpringer Verlag$$c2007
000149448 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000149448 520__ $$aUsing silhouettes in uncontrolled environments typically requires handling occlusions as well as changing or cluttered backgrounds, which limits the applicability of most silhouette based methods. For the purpose of 3--D shape modeling, we show that representing generic 3--D surfaces as implicit surfaces lets us effectively address these issues. This desirable behavior is completely independent from the way the surface deformations are parametrized. To show this, we demonstrate our technique in three very different cases: Modeling the deformations of a piece of paper represented by an ordinary triangulated mesh; reconstruction and tracking a person's shoulders whose deformations are expressed in terms of Dirichlet Free Form Deformations; reconstructing the shape of a human face parametrized in terms of a Principal Component Analysis model.
000149448 6531_ $$a3--D Modeling
000149448 6531_ $$aSilhouettes
000149448 6531_ $$aTracking
000149448 6531_ $$aDeformable Surfaces
000149448 6531_ $$aImplicit Surfaces
000149448 700__ $$0241826$$g129257$$aIlic, Slobodan
000149448 700__ $$aSalzmann, Mathieu
000149448 700__ $$aFua, Pascal$$0240252$$g112366
000149448 773__ $$j22$$tInternational Journal of Computer Vision$$k2$$q159-178
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