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Toward proccedural decorative ornamentation in games

Jim Whitehead
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on Procedural Content Generation in Games - PCGames '10  
Together, these make the case that procedural decorative ornamentation is a new and interesting research subdomain within the area of procedural content generation for computer games.  ...  In order to have more decorative artwork in games, procedural algorithms must be developed to generate it, for only this approach will create sufficient quantities, quickly, and at low cost.  ...  However, even at its best, the decoration in Prince of Persia is not as densely detailed, nor as varied in style, as just one wall at the Alhambra.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1814256.1814265 fatcat:zk5imocq3bgafazwbawnvrzkxm

Crafting Interactive Decoration

Steve Benford, Richard Mortier, Boriana Koleva, Anthony Quinn, Emily-Clare Thorn, Kevin Glover, William Preston, Adrian Hazzard, Stefan Rennick-Egglestone, Chris Greenhalgh
2017 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
We explore the crafting of interactive decoration for everyday artefacts.  ...  Our findings demonstrate the potential for interactive decoration, distil craft knowledge involved in creating aesthetic and functional decoration, highlight the need for transparent computer vision technologies  ...  We are extremely grateful to all of the artisans who have worked with us to create the portfolio of decorated artefacts.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3058552 fatcat:fz4iatdzs5herbxfhj6qoofoya

Beyond Science and Technology: Creating Planetary Health Needs Not Just 'Head Stuff', but Social Engagement and 'Heart, Gut and Spirit' Stuff

Trevor Hancock
2019 Challenges  
I have been involved in studying and working within what is now called the Anthropocene for almost 50 years, and in all that time, not only have we failed to make much progress, but the state of the Earth's  ...  Yet somehow we must create a world in which everyone on Earth has good health and a good quality of life—a matter of social justice—while living within the physical and ecological constraints of the one  ...  " [67] Beyond Science and Technology: Not just 'Head Stuff' but 'Heart, Gut and Spirit' Stuff For several years now, based on the evidence of our collective failure not just on climate change but  ... 
doi:10.3390/challe10010031 fatcat:g5g64h3hinhi7g237xdakg4dku

Value Analysis on Purely Decorative-Type Digital Animation

Wangqiao Rong
2018 Art and Design Review  
Purely aesthetic pursuit for form, constantly changing visual presentation in the interaction and non-interaction, convenient editing and re-editing of images, online sharing of decorative animated resources  ...  Diversified methods of production in turn provide a guarantee for the realization of its value and provide the possibility of extending its value.  ...  Nowadays, computers are used to quickly obtain high-quality graphic images that can meet various presentation needs.  ... 
doi:10.4236/adr.2018.62006 fatcat:dseqk6aaafgcppqcwgcq2h2z74

The Art Trades Suppllment

1891 The Decorator and Furnisher  
Not only are the various states of the Union illustrated but the remaining portions of the world are thus graphically portrayed.  ...  The use of it is so simple that there is no need for experimenting or learning to make good work, all that is necessary is just to wet an appropriate piece of the paper on the blank  ... 

Juxtaposing mobile webcasting and ambient video for home décor

Mudassar Ahmad Mughal, Jinyi Wang, Oskar Juhlin
2014 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia - MUM '14  
It shows that mobile webcasting provide continuous and stable streams of such a quality that it can be presented for home decoration, and that the video can be combined with real time sensor data to generate  ...  We also learned that the use of mobile webcasting for home decoration raises new challenges in order to provide unobtrusive and glance based interaction.  ...  Built on web-based technology, Ylirisku et al. designed a set of web-connected physical artefacts for the "aesthetics" of the home [39] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2677972.2677988 dblp:conf/mum/MughalWJ14 fatcat:grbr5dwjevh5bhbsuncjs4p2ve

Listening to objects: an ecological approach to the decorative arts

Erin J. Campbell
2014 Journal of Art Historiography  
As the study argues, such concepts provide a phenomenological, integrative, and non-hierarchical framework for the study of the decorative arts within the institutions and practices of art history, allowing  ...  To transcend the divisions in art historical research between high art and decorative art, this study proposes an ecological approach.  ...  Space The ecological approach to the decorative arts considers space as part of the meshwork of an environment rather than as an abstract or separate quality.  ... 
doaj:1ac5a6903e404f64adac420ddbb1c483 fatcat:rfuvrtohqjfethlllcqazbsapy

Simulating traditional textile heritage motifs by applying CAD-CAM-CAE tool for furniture decoration

Antonela Lungu, Antonius Androne, Lidia Gurău, Camelia Coşereanu, N.F. Cofaru, M. Inţă
2021 MATEC Web of Conferences  
The article presents an example of applying CAD-CAM-CAE tools for analysing the possibility of transposing traditional motifs from the textile heritage to the furniture decoration, and to select the appropriate  ...  Following the simulation and the analysis of the obtained images, both visually and by ImageJ software, it was assessed which method is suitable for each ornament, considering also the processing times  ...  The authors thank the private collections for granting the opportunity to examine their traditional items and also are grateful to Melinda Puskás for her support.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/202134304012 fatcat:mloj3o6phvbr3ijck3cogl36he

Application of Traditional Architectural Decoration Elements in Modern Interior Design Based on 3D Virtual Imaging

Junyi Nie, Xin Ning
2022 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
In recent months, more and more 3D virtual technologies, such as e-commerce, interactive communities, and web games, have appeared in the Internet and construction industry as a result of the advancement  ...  in order to adapt it to the contemporary residential life mode.  ...  quality.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/9957151 fatcat:ib6vu25kdbh3rhaxancpg4l2pe

Household Altars in Contemporary Japan: Rectifying Buddhist "Ancestor Worship" with Home Décor and Consumer Choice

John Nelson
2008 Japanese Journal of Religious Studies  
The highly competitive market for household altars is the source of innovative and sometimes radical concepts that represent a paradigm shift in how families and individuals should interact with ancestral  ...  catering to guidelines from mainstream Buddhist denominations about altar style and function, companies building and marketing contemporary altars (gendai butsudan) present a highly-refined product that not  ...  For Yagiken marketing executives, kuyō evoked just the right combination of the old and the new.  ... 
doi:10.18874/jjrs.35.2.2008.305-330 fatcat:24ezspqlabb6xd4yn7tpsjadmq

The Chairs of Venice Applying Storytelling as Teaching Method to Understand Material Cultural Heritage

Tenna Doktor Olsen Tvedebrink, Nini Camilla Bagger
2020 Res Mobilis: International Research Journal of Furniture and Decorative Objects  
To understand the present and prepare for the future, we must remember our past. - And as indicated with the writings of 19th century English art critic and writer, John Ruskin; material cultural heritage  ...  Our examples stem from a workshop held during the International Art Biennale in Venice 2019 by the Erasmus+ interdisciplinary research projectCRAFT.  ...  Not necessarily due to an insensitiveness to the actual, existing material qualities of the Venetian locations, but with a deliberate choice to investigate their imaginary qualities.  ... 
doi:10.17811/rm.9.11.2020.124-147 fatcat:nt46za63czgddncbcnkegw3lm4

Computer Vision Meets Image Processing and UAS PhotoGrammetric Data Integration: From HBIM to the eXtended Reality Project of Arco della Pace in Milan and Its Decorative Complexity

Fabrizio Banfi, Alessandro Mandelli
2021 Journal of Imaging  
The statues and the decorative apparatus are recorded with the photogrammetric technique using both a terrestrial camera and an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).  ...  , allowing different types of users (professionals, non-expert users, virtual tourists, and students) and devices (mobile phones, tablets, PCs, VR headsets) to access details and information that are not  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank the Municipality of Milan (Italy), ENAC and Michela Sartori Prefettura of Milan Area I-Ordine e Sicurezza Pubblica for the authorizations to fly.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jimaging7070118 fatcat:rzdr55lawvehfibelq32tly2km

Online Marketing Communication Model of the Decorative Products in Indonesia through User Background, Cultural Experience, Website Quality, Intention and Call to Action Netizen

Hatane Semuel, Serli Wijaya, Angelina Tendean
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Information Technology - ICIT 2017  
The research finds that the user background does not affect the buyers' intention of Indonesian decorative products, while the cultural background and website quality have a positive influence on the buyers  ...  This study aims to understand the behaviour of customers from the netizen segment who actively use digital media for online shopping activities, especially in buying traditional Indonesian decorative products  ...  There are 10 indicators for user background, 11 indicators for cultural experience, 10 indicators for website quality, 4 indicators for intention, and 3 indicators for call to action.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3176653.3178486 fatcat:owd2ef64nbfu7ehqowuyrswryq

Investigating the Effect of Covid - 19 Pandemic Process on Furniture Usage Frequency and Consumer Preferences

Ahmet Genc, Rahim Merdan
2021 Res Mobilis: International Research Journal of Furniture and Decorative Objects  
Within the scope of our research, the socio-demographic data of 472 individuals with different socio-economic (Lower / Middle / Upper) levels were investigated for indoor and outdoor garden furniture and  ...  For this reason, we conducted a survey consisting of 30 questions to measure consumer habits.  ...  Just like any other garden furniture, garden chairs also have broad surfaces on the parts that contact the ground not to sink in 16 .  ... 
doi:10.17811/rm.10.12.2021.109-126 fatcat:j5pho3aeqjf2zifhgwm42cs2bm


R. S. Carvalho
2019 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Such a need has led to the development of specific data structures, designed to meet the unique characteristics of patterned tile decorations.</p>  ...  , in order to create a system designed to document, catalogue and index all the tile decorations produced and applied in Portugal since the late 15<sup>th</sup> century and still found in their original  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study was funded by Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT-Portugal) with a postdoctoral grant (SFRH/BPD/84867/2012) supported by the European Social Fund through the Human Capital  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-annals-iv-2-w6-39-2019 fatcat:edausfb4dfb6hhcnesfnbrt3ki
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