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 Title & Authors
Study on the 3D Modeling Data Conversion Algorithm from 2D Images
Choi, Tea Jun; Lee, Hee Man; Kim, Eung Soo;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the algorithm which can convert a 2D image into a 3D Model will be discussed. The 2D picture drawn by a user is scanned for image processing. The Canny algorithm is employed to find the contour. The waterfront algorithm is proposed to find foreground image area. The foreground area is segmented to decompose the complex shapes into simple shapes. Then, simple segmented foreground image is converted into 3D model to become a complex 3D model. The 3D conversion formular used in this paper is also discussed. The generated 3D model data will be useful for 3D animation and other 3D contents creation.
 Keywords
2D Image;3D Conversion;Canny Edge Detection;Waterfront Algorithm;
 Language
Korean
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