We consider the problem of visualizing 3D objects defined as a Minkowski addition or subtraction of elementary objects. It is shown that such visualizations can be obtained by using techniques from computer graphics such as ray tracing and Constructive Solid Geometry. Applications of the method are found in solid modelling and shape description.
|Name||COMPUTATIONAL IMAGING AND VISION|
|Publisher||KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBL|
|Other||2nd International Conference on Mathematical Morphology and Its Applications to Image Processing|
|Period||01/09/1994 → …|
- visualization of Minkowski operations
- ray tracing
- Constructive Solid Geometry