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Artistic Stylization of Images and Video

John Collomosse1       Jan Eric Kyprianidis2

1University of Surrey, UK
2Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany

Tutorial at Eurographics 2011

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The half-day tutorial provides an introduction to Non-Photorealistic Rendering (NPR), targeted at both students and experienced researchers of Computer Graphics who have not previously explored NPR in their work. The tutorial focuses on two-dimensional (2D) NPR, specifically the transformation of photos or videos into synthetic artwork (e.g. paintings or cartoons). Consequently the course will touch not only on computer graphics topics, but also on the image processing and computer vision techniques that drive such algorithms. However the latter concepts will be introduced gently and no prior knowledge is assumed beyond a working knowledge of filtering and convolution operations. Some elements of the course will touch upon GPU implementation, but GPU concepts will be described at a high level of abstraction without need for detailed working knowledge of GPU programming.


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Part I - Introduction, Classical Algorithms, Stroke Based Rendering

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Part II - Vision for Stylisation

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Part III – Anisotropy and Filtering

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Part IV – Future Challenges