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Free Form Deformation

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Free Form Deformation - FFD
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Stemming Variations: Free Form Deformations, free form deformable, free form deformed
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    • Free-Form Deformation (FFD) is a versatile and efficient modeling technique which transforms an object by warping the surrounding space...

    James E. Gainet al. Preventing Self-Intersection under Free-Form Deformation

    • Free-Form Deformation (FFD) is a well established technique for deforming arbitrary object shapes in space. Although more recent deformation techniques have been introduced, among them skeleton-based deformation and cage-based deformation, the simple and versatile nature of FFD is a strong advantage, and justifies its presence in nowadays leading commercial geometric modeling and animation software systems...

    Stefanie Hahmannet al. Volume-preserving FFD for programmable graphics hardware

    • Free-Form Deformation (FFD) is an efficient technique for editing the shapes of 3D models, and widely used in Computer-Aided Design (CAD), computer animation, computer graphics entertainment etc. The basic idea of some famous previous FFD approaches deforms a target 3D model by adjusting some control points of a 3D lattice surrounding the model. It is a tedious work, especially when the lattice contains too many control points...

    Bing-Yu Chenet al. 3D MODEL DEFORMATION ALONG A PARAMETRIC SURFACE

    • Free-form deformation is an important geometric shape modification method in computer animation and geometric modeling...

    Jieqing Fenget al. Accurate B-spline Free-Form Deformation of Polygonal Objects

    • Free-form deformation (FFD) is a powerful modeling tool, but controlling the shape of an object under complex deformations is often difficult. The interface to FFD in most conventional systems simply represents the underlying mathematics directly; us ers describe deformations by manipulating control points...

    William M. Hsuet al. Direct manipulation of free-form deformations

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