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[Hae90]  Paint By Numbers: Abstract Image Representations

Haeberli:1990:PBN (Article)
Author(s)Haeberli P.
Title« Paint By Numbers: Abstract Image Representations »
JournalACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 90 (Dallas, TX, August 6--10, 1990)
Volume24
Number3
Page(s)207--214
Year1990
AddressNew York
URLhttp://graphics.stanford.edu/courses/cs248-99/haeberli/
Editor(s)Forest Baskett

Abstract
Computer graphics research has concentrated on creating photo-realistic images of synthetic objects. These images communicate surface shading and curvature, as well as the depth relationships of objects in a scene. These renderings are traditionally represented by a rectangular array of pixels that tile the image plane. As an alternative to photo-realism, it is possible to create abstract images using an ordered collection of brush strokes. These abstract images filter and refine visual information before it is presented to the viewer. By con- trolling the color, shape, size, and orientation of individual brush strokes, impressionistic paintings of computer generated or photographic images can easily be created.

BibTeX code
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  optcitations = {Strassmann:1986:HB},
  number = {3},
  month = aug,
  author = {Paul Haeberli},
  optkey = {},
  series = CGPACS,
  editor = {Forest Baskett},
  url = {http://graphics.stanford.edu/courses/cs248-99/haeberli/},
  localfile = {papers/Haeberli.1990.PBN.pdf},
  address = {New York},
  optkeywords = {painting, image processing, abstract images},
  publisher = {ACM Press},
  doi = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/97879.97902},
  organization = {ACM SIGGRAPH},
  journal = SIGGRAPH90,
  volume = {24},
  title = {{P}aint {B}y {N}umbers: {A}bstract {I}mage {R}epresentations},
  abstract = {Computer graphics research has concentrated on creating
              photo-realistic images of synthetic objects. These images
              communicate surface shading and curvature, as well as the depth
              relationships of objects in a scene. These renderings are
              traditionally represented by a rectangular array of pixels that
              tile the image plane. As an alternative to photo-realism, it is
              possible to create abstract images using an ordered collection of
              brush strokes. These abstract images filter and refine visual
              information before it is presented to the viewer. By con- trolling
              the color, shape, size, and orientation of individual brush
              strokes, impressionistic paintings of computer generated or
              photographic images can easily be created.},
  year = {1990},
  pages = {207--214},
}

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