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Interactive Painterly Stylization of Images, Videos and 3D Animations
Proceedings of I3D 2010, February 2010

Jingwan Lu, Pedro V. Sander, Adam Finkelstein


Abstract

We introduce a real-time system that converts images, video, or 3D animation sequences to artistic renderings in various painterly styles. The algorithm, which is entirely executed on the GPU, can efficiently process 512^2 resolution frames containing 60,000 individual strokes at over 30 fps. In order to exploit the parallel nature of GPUs, our algorithm determines the placement of strokes entirely from local pixel neighborhood information. The strokes are rendered as point sprites with textures. Temporal coherence is achieved by treating the brush strokes as particles and moving them based on optical flow. Our system renders high quality results while allowing the user interactive control over many stylistic parameters such as stroke size, texture and density.

Citation (BibTeX)

Jingwan Lu, Pedro V. Sander, and Adam Finkelstein. Interactive Painterly Stylization of Images, Videos and 3D Animations. Proceedings of I3D 2010, February 2010.

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