Geometric modelling is a broad topic. Many algorithms have been designed to support CAD software, and one line of research in this department is the development of new, intuitive techniques for geometric or shape modelling or sculpting. In recent years, many geometry processing algorithms have been developed in order to support geometry produced by various types of scanning such as laser scanning, structured light scanners, time of fligh cameras, structure from motion and also surfaces obtained by tesselating isosurfaces in CT or MR scans of typically organic or medical objects.
Our research interests include the ability to remove noise from such models, deform shapes naturally, and to develop robust algorithms which can handle data with e. In many cases, it is necessary to convert between various shape representations such as triangles meshes, distance fields, point sets, functional representations such as radial basis functions or tetrahedral complexes.
For further information, please contact: Andreas Baerentzen , jab imm. Medical visualization on commodity hardware has become feasible thanks to the enormous recent advances in the field of consumer graphics cards. This project is a part of the collaborative 3D-Med project whose goal is the development of a PC-based medical workstation for viewing and measurement of volumetric, medical data such as CT or MR scans. Our goals include fast texture based visualization of large volumes, flexible and intuitive tools for adjusting transfer functions, likewise intuitive tools for measurement, and finally tools for manipulation of bone structures using shape modelling techniques.
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Software and Process Engineering. Statistics and Data Analysis. Reliable Surface Reconstruction from Deformable 3D Scans The focus is on reconstructing sequences of coherent deformable range images, acquired with high-frame rate capturing machines from bodies that move and deform, into plausibly watertight surfaces for the desired time slots. Cross-thematic scientific questions are, among others, the utilization of massively parallel hardware architectures, human perception, and human-computer-interaction.
The Chair of Computer Graphics Prof. Neubert conducts research on the analysis, processing, and display of visual information.
The goal is to render and manipulate synthetic images efficiently and interactively, to create convincing computer animations, and to provide insightful visualizations of complex data. KIT Department of Informatics.
Informatics with profile. These tasks require among others models for describing virtual scenes, representations for creating and manipulating scenes, and methods for image synthesis rendering. Visualization further requires a preparation of data and mapping it to well-interpretable graphical and visual primitives.
Important aspects in all these fields are efficiency, interactivity, and consumption of resources. The Applied Geometry research emphasis Prof. Prautzsch is in the field of geometric problems in practical application.