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Figure 1 : A tree is modeled using a set of input photographs. We show some examples of input and resulting 3D tree models. If image information is not available, e.g. the foliage is missing, the user is able to sketch it (right). The models approximate the input images while forming botanically plausible branching structures. Abstract We present a method for producing 3D tree models from input photographs with only limited user intervention. An approximate voxel-based tree volume is estimateddoi:10.1145/1275808.1276487 fatcat:tfhverj26zaaxf7vtgnjf6luee