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A framework for digital sunken relief generation based on 3D geometric models

Meili Wang, Jian Chang, Jens Kerber, Jian J. Zhang
2011 The Visual Computer  
Existing methods for relief generation are focused on forming a smooth surface with a shallow depth which provides the presence of 3D figures.  ...  Existing methods for relief generation are focused on forming a smooth surface with a shallow depth which provides the presence of 3D figures.  ...  [8] developed a computer-assisted relief modelling system for generating 3D bas and high reliefs from 3D surface models. Later on, Belhumeur et al.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00371-011-0663-y fatcat:i24a2dxiarhfrd4f4kxrm5ajg4

Digital relief generation from 3D models

Meili Wang, Yu Sun, Hongming Zhang, Kun Qian, Jian Chang, Dongjian He
2016 Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering  
Using our method, relief models can be generated from arbitrary viewing positions with different gestures and combinations of multiple 3D models.  ...  The generated relief models demonstrate that our method is efficient and effective.  ...  Model-based relief generation: Reliefs generated from 3D objects have been considered a promising way to create bas-reliefs, and also allow for the reuse of existing 3D models.  ... 
doi:10.3901/cjme.2016.0720.084 fatcat:u5cduuqvovcjnmevjbldfnwd3a

Bas-Relief Modeling from Normal Images with Intuitive Styles

Zhongping Ji, Weiyin Ma, Xianfang Sun
2014 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
Experiments with a wide range of 3D models and scenes show that our method can effectively generate digital bas-reliefs.  ...  Traditional 3D model-based bas-relief modeling methods are often limited to model-dependent and monotonic relief styles.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2013.267 pmid:26357291 fatcat:dmcjswbfwbgxhih2c6vuydokvy

Computer Assisted Relief Generation-A Survey

J. Kerber, M. Wang, J. Chang, J. J. Zhang, A. Belyaev, H.-P. Seidel
2012 Computer graphics forum (Print)  
In this paper, we present an overview of the achievements accomplished to date in the field of computer-aided relief generation.  ...  The 3D models of the Lucy statue ( Figure 5 ), the castle ( Figure 6 ) and the armadillo (Figure 7 ) were provided by Google 3D Warehouse and the Stanford 3D Scanning Repository.  ...  We would like to thank the groups of Tim Weyrich and Zhe Bian for granting access to additional material.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8659.2012.03185.x fatcat:e4n5riqh7jco7jvc5dwikmae3a

Region-based bas-relief generation from a single image

Qiong Zeng, Ralph R. Martin, Lu Wang, Jonathan A. Quinn, Yuhong Sun, Changhe Tu
2014 Graphical Models  
Instead, we determine layers based on relative depth ordering of objects (and their parts) in the image, and use this information to construct surfaces in the 3D relief model.  ...  In this paper, we present an algorithm for generating a bas-relief from a single image, inspired by the process that artists use to create reliefs.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for helpful suggestions. We are also grateful to Jing Wu and Zhuwen Li for providing us with output bas-reliefs produced by their methods.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.gmod.2013.10.001 fatcat:3yti2tata5dufpxahl7tbppdvi

Photogrammetric re-discovery of the hidden long-term landscapes of western Thessaly, central Greece

H.A. Orengo, A. Krahtopoulou, A. Garcia-Molsosa, K. Palaiochoritis, A. Stamati
2015 Journal of Archaeological Science  
Paul Halstead who read a preliminary version of this paper and provided useful comments and valuable advice. Two anonymous referees provided constructive comments and useful corrections.  ...  Acknowledgements First and foremost our thanks to the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) for providing funds without which this research could have not been conducted.  ...  The workflow was based on two methodological approaches: -Photogrammetric 3D reconstruction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jas.2015.10.008 fatcat:mem5eomwjrap5l6xdy3x3w7jwi

INTEGRATED SURVEYING FOR THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL DOCUMENTATION OF A NEOLITHIC SITE

Domenica COSTANTINO, Maria Giuseppa ANGELINI, Valerio BAIOCCHI
2016 Geographia Technica  
model with a high degree of detail) and to structure a multi-temporal database for simplified data management.  ...  techniques can get 3D results with metric value combined with a quality content for an archaeological site.  ...  The software used for the 3D modelling of the particulars was PhotoScan, which carries out the photogrammetric elaboration of digital images and generates 3D spatial data with SFM algorithms (Chiabrando  ... 
doi:10.21163/gt_2016.112.04 fatcat:mgx5w5z5bjhotl2nrwgwmpbnuq

Development and integration of digital technologies addressed to raise awareness and access to European underwater cultural heritage. An overview of the H2020 i-MARECULTURE project

Fabio Bruno, Antonio Lagudi, Gerardo Ritacco, Panagiotis Agrafiotis, Dimitrios Skarlatos, Jan Cejka, Pavel Kouril, Fotis Liarokapis, Oliver Philpin-Briscoe, Charalambos Poullis, Sudhir Mudur, Bart Simon
2017 OCEANS 2017 - Aberdeen  
Digital technologies (Virtual Museums, Virtual Guides and Virtual Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage) provide a unique opportunity for digital accessibility to both scholars and general public, interested  ...  An Augmented Reality (AR) system based on an underwater tablet will be developed to serve as virtual guide for divers that visit the underwater archaeological sites.  ...  underwater archaeological remain [3] or are more oriented to the digitization for scientific purposes [4] , rather than focusing on edutainment for general audiences.  ... 
doi:10.1109/oceanse.2017.8084984 fatcat:kzon6t2rcff5nbvisv5tizpzwi

Side-Scan Sonar as a Tool for Seafloor Imagery: Examples from the Mediterranean Continental Margin [chapter]

Alessandra Savini
2011 Sonar Systems  
This chapter benefited from funding through the 2000-2001 Italian MIUR programme 'founding for young researchers' (ministry advise n. 1707, 22.07.1998 ), by which the author was coordinator of the project  ...  In the case of a non-digital transducer, the analogue signal is converted into a digital format, the proper position for each signal in the final record (pixel by pixel) is calculated and then these echoes  ...  generating a sonograph).  ... 
doi:10.5772/18375 fatcat:556u6upzhnhedhzigmkp3gnny4

Detection and segmentation of approximate repetitive patterns in relief images

Harshit Agrawal, Anoop M. Namboodiri
2012 Proceedings of the Eighth Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing - ICVGIP '12  
The matching features are then grouped based on their geometric configuration to find repeating elements.  ...  In this work, we look at a specific class of approximate repetitions: those in images of hand carved relief structures. We present a robust hierarchical method for detecting such repetitions.  ...  Schaffalitzky and Zisserman [15] proposed a RANSAC-based grouping method for imaged scenes, which repeat on a plane in a scene. Park et al.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2425333.2425379 dblp:conf/icvgip/AgrawalN12 fatcat:xglk63dmuraxjg3xhdxi5efhv4

Employment, Utilization, and Development of Airborne Laser Scanning in Fenno-Scandinavian Archaeology–a Review

Ole Risbøl, Daniel Langhammer, Esben Schlosser Mauritsen, Oula Seitsonen
2020 Remote Sensing  
The poor situation in terms of lack of information on archaeological records in outfield areas has been challenging for research and especially for cultural heritage management for a long period of time  ...  Substantial research has also been devoted to the development and assessment of semi-automatic detection of archaeological features based on the use of algorithms.  ...  relief model and sky-view factor [109] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12091411 fatcat:apr34a4xoffr3f2bhbt3j3v374

A Multidisciplinary Approach for the Mapping, Automatic Detection and Morphometric Analysis of Ancient Submerged Coastal Installations: The Case Study of the Ancient Aegina Harbour Complex

Nikos Georgiou, Xenophon Dimas, Elias Fakiris, Dimitris Christodoulou, Maria Geraga, Despina Koutsoumpa, Kalliopi Baika, Pari Kalamara, George Ferentinos, George Papatheodorou
2021 Remote Sensing  
In this study, we present a multidisciplinary, non-intrusive downscale approach for the documentation of UCH implemented on the coastal area of Aegina Island, Greece, where a unique submerged harbour complex  ...  The documentation of underwater cultural heritage (UCH) is the basis for sustainable maritime development including its protection, preservation, and incorporation in coastal zone management plans.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the three anonymous reviewers for their comments on the manuscript, and Kostantinos Merkouris for the interpretation of the photogrammetric data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13214462 fatcat:dlokpzvvxzcy3j53cyihtjjyvm

Structural Analysis of a Sampling of Tesserae: Implications for Venus Geodynamics

Vicki L. Hansen, James A. Willis
1996 Icarus (New York, N.Y. 1962)  
Understanding the nature and timing of tessera formation Tessera terrain, known originally as parquet terrain, on is fundamental to Venus tectonic and geodynamic models.  ...  for tessera formation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS a tranpressional fold belt: The Patos-Serido system, northeastern Brazil.  ... 
doi:10.1006/icar.1996.0159 fatcat:5mq5qr534vbl3le6p4x26rjpvy

Using Airborne LiDAR Survey to explore Historic-era archaeological landscapes of Montserrat in the Eastern Caribbean

Rachel S. Opitz, Krysta Ryzewski, John F. Cherry, Brenna Moloney
2015 Journal of Field Archaeology  
of exploiting the full potential of the three-dimensional LiDAR point cloud data for purposes of the visualization of archaeological sites and features.  ...  This article describes what appears to be the first archaeological application of airborne LiDAR survey to historic-era landscapes in the Caribbean archipelago, on the island of Montserrat.  ...  Opitz (Ph.D. 2009, Cambridge University) is a Research Assistant at the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies at the University of Arkansas.  ... 
doi:10.1179/2042458215y.0000000016 fatcat:jihyxcg2k5hcxpifpi7ydmisfq

A combined geomorphological and geophysical approach to characterising relict landslide hazard on the Jurassic Escarpments of Great Britain

David P. Boon, Jonathan E. Chambers, Peter R.N. Hobbs, Mathew Kirkham, Andrew J. Merritt, Claire Dashwood, Catherine Pennington, Philip R. Wilby
2015 Geomorphology  
This study shows the value of a multi-technique approach for landslide hazard 31 assessment and to enhance national landslide inventories. 32 33  ...  thick frontal mudflow complex was last active in the Late Holocene, after 26 c. 2270±30 calendar years BP. 27 Geomorphic mapping and dating work indicates the landslide is dormant, but slope stability 28 modelling  ...  The values were estimated 520 values, based mainly on the BGS's geotechnical database for the Lias Group (Hobbs et al., 2005) and 521 the general literature (Reeves et al., 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.07.005 fatcat:n3qt6enwcfg2rhfntacyyxgvfq
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