Deferred Warping

Martin Knuth, Jan Bender, Michael Goesele, Arjan Kuijper
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications

We introduce deferred warping, a novel approach for real-time deformation of 3D objects attached to an animated or manipulated surface. Our target application is virtual prototyping of garments where 2D pattern modeling is combined with 3D garment simulation which allows an immediate validation of the design. The technique works in two steps: First, the surface deformation of the target object is determined and the resulting transformation field is stored as a matrix texture. Then the matrix texture is used as look-up table to transform a given geometry onto a deformed surface. Splitting the process in two steps yields a large flexibility since different attachment types can be realized by simply defining specific mapping functions. Our technique can directly handle complex topology changes within the surface. We demonstrate a fast implementation in the vertex shading stage allowing the use of highly decorated surfaces with millions of triangles in real-time.


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@ARTICLE{Knuth2016,
author={Martin Knuth and Jan Bender and Michael Goesele and Arjan Kuijper},
journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
title={Deferred Warping},
year={2016},
doi={10.1109/MCG.2016.41},
ISSN={0272-1716}
}




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