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    • Automatic Generation of Vivid LEGO Architectural Sculptures 

      Zhou, J.; Chen, X.; Xu, Y. (© 2019 Eurographics ‐ The European Association for Computer Graphics and John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2019)
      Brick elements are very popular and have been widely used in many areas, such as toy design and architectural fields. Designing a vivid brick sculpture to represent a three‐dimensional (3D) model is a very challenging task, ...
    • Computational Design of Walking Automata 

      Bharaj, Gaurav; Coros, Stelian; Thomaszewski, Bernhard; Tompkin, James; Bickel, Bernd; Pfister, Hanspeter (ACM Siggraph, 2015)
      Creating mechanical automata that can walk in stable and pleasing manners is a challenging task that requires both skill and expertise. We propose to use computational design to offset the technical difficulties of this ...
    • Design and Fabrication of Faceted Mirror Arrays for Light Field Capture 

      Fuchs, Martin; Kächele, Markus; Rusinkiewicz, Szymon (The Eurographics Association and Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2013)
      The high resolution of digital cameras has made single‐shot, single‐sensor acquisition of light fields feasible, though considerable design effort is still necessary in order to construct the necessary collection of optical ...
    • Enhancing Digital Fabrication with Advanced Modeling Techniques 

      Malomo, Luigi (2017-04)
      A few years ago there were only expensive machineries dedicated to rapid prototyping for professionals or industrial application, while nowadays very affordable solutions are on the market and have become useful tools for ...
    • Microstructure Control in 3D Printing with Digital Light Processing 

      Luongo, A.; Falster, V.; Doest, M. B.; Ribo, M. M.; Eiriksson, E. R.; Pedersen, D. B.; Frisvad, J. R. (© 2020 Eurographics ‐ The European Association for Computer Graphics and John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020)
      Digital light processing stereolithography is a promising technique for 3D printing. However, it offers little control over the surface appearance of the printed object. The printing process is typically layered, which ...