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Searching the New Frontier in 3D Modeling

iWIRES: An Analyze-and-Edit Approach to Shape Manipulation. A complex model is analyzed and intelligent wires are extracted. Editing a few wires induces a new wire configuration and leads to different result in accordance to the general shape
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This analyze-and-edit approach is based on the observation that man-made shapes can often be characterized by a few special curves or wires. During editing, by maintaining the individual characteristics of the wires and their mutual relationships, they attempt to preserve the essence of the manipulated shape.

More Information at www.cs.tau.ac.il/~galran/papers/iWires. Image and Video Courtesy of Ran Gal, Olga Sorkine, Niloy Mitra and Daniel Cohen-Or

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