On Subdivision Schemes Generalizing Uniform B-spline Surfaces of Arbitrary Degree
AbstractWe introduce a new class of subdivision surfaces which generalize uniform tensor product B-spline surfaces of any bi-degree to meshes of arbitrary topology. Surprisingly, this can be done using subdivision rules that involve direct neighbors only. Consequently, our schemes are easy to implement, regardless of degree. The famous Catmull-Clark scheme is a special case. Similarly we show that the triangular box splines of total degree 3m + 1 can be generalized to arbitrary triangulations. Loop subdivision surfaces are a special case when m=1. our new schemes should be of interest to the high-end design market where surfaces of bi-degree up to 7 are common.Download publication
See what’s new.
InternetExpress: An Inter-Desktop Multimedia Data-Transfer Service.
Internet users today need to share multimedia data like text graphics,…
What is Hot in CHI
How people interact with machines and physical environments…
Effective Analogical Transfer Using Biological Descriptions Retrieved with Functional and Biologically Meaningful Keywords
While biology is well recognized as a good source of analogies for…
HybridSpace: Integrating 3D Freehand Input and Stereo Viewing into Traditional Desktop Applications
Technologies for 3D input and output are rapidly advancing, and are…
Get in touch
Something pique your interest? Get in touch if you’d like to learn more about Autodesk Research, our projects, people, and potential collaboration opportunities.Contact us