This paper describes a contrained fairing method for implicit surfaces defined on a voxelization. This method is suitable for computing a closed smooth surface that approximates an initial set of face connected
This paper describes a method to obtain a closed surface that approximates a general 3D data point set with nonuniform density. Aside from the positions of the initial data points, no other information is used. Particularly, neither the topological relations between the points nor the normal to the surface at the data points are needed. The reconstructed surface does not exactly interpolate the initial data points, but approximates them with a bounded maximum distance. The method allows one to reconstruct closed surfaces with arbitrary genus and closed surfaces with disconnected shells
This paper describes a constrained fairing method for implicit surfaces defined on a voxelization. This method is suitable for computing a closed smooth surface that approximates an initial set of face connected voxels.
This paper describes a multiresolution method for implicit curves and surfaces. The method is based on wavelets, and is able to simplify the topology. The implicit curves and surfaces are defined as the zero-valued piece-wise algebraic isosurface of a tenser-product uniform cubic B-spline. A wavelet multiresolution method that deals with uniform cubic B-splines on bounded domains is proposed. In order to handle arbitrary domains the proposed algorithm dynamically adds appropriate control points and deletes them in the synthesis phase.