Labeling and Leveling of Meshes

Stefan Trumpf
Labeling and Leveling of Meshes

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Abstract

The aim of this project was the extension of the functional range of an existing library used for labeling. Labeling in this context refers to the problem of texturing a mesh of an archaeological item, given a huge set of photos such that there is a vast amount of possibilities to choose a suitable photo for each triangle.

The first step was the implementation of a masking-feature. This feature is necessary, since not all regions in the photos are equivalently suited to texture the mesh. The masks are provided by the user of the library and show the regions in the photos that can be used for texturing of the model.

The second step was the implementation of an interacitve brushing tool. This brushing tool enables the user to enlarge the region that is textured by a particular photo (growing brush), or to replace the current photo that is used for texturing of a particular region with the photo, which is the next optimal photo suitable for texturing. The brushing tool was implemented into Scanopy, a point cloud editor that is developed at the institute.

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@studentproject{trumpf_stefan_2012,
  title =      "Labeling and Leveling of Meshes",
  author =     "Stefan Trumpf",
  year =       "2012",
  abstract =   "The aim of this project was the extension of the functional
               range of an existing library used for labeling. Labeling in
               this context refers to the problem of texturing a mesh of an
               archaeological item, given a huge set of photos such that
               there is a vast amount of possibilities to choose a suitable
               photo for each triangle.  The first step was the
               implementation of a masking-feature. This feature is
               necessary, since not all regions in the photos are
               equivalently suited to texture the mesh. The masks are
               provided by the user of the library and show the regions in
               the photos that can be used for texturing of the model.  The
               second step was the implementation of an interacitve
               brushing tool. This brushing tool enables the user to
               enlarge the region that is textured by a particular photo
               (growing brush), or to replace the current photo that is
               used for texturing of a particular region with the photo,
               which is the next optimal photo suitable for texturing. The
               brushing tool was implemented into Scanopy, a point cloud
               editor that is developed at the institute.",
  keywords =   "Meshes, Leveling, Labeling",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2012/trumpf_stefan_2012/",
}