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Reconstruction of 3D Curvilinear Wireframe Model from 2D Orthographic Views

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Reconstruction of 3D Curvilinear Wireframe Model from 2D Orthographic Views
An approach for reconstructing wireframe models of curvilinear objects from three orthographic views is discussed. Our main stress is on the method of generating three-dimensional (3D) conic edges from twodimensional (2D) projection conic curves, which is the pivotal work for reconstructing curvilinear objects from three orthographic views. In order to generate 3D conic edges, a five-point method is firstly utilized to obtain the algebraic representations of all 2D projection curves in each view, and then all algebraic forms are converted to the corresponding geometric forms analytically. Thus the locus of a 3D conic edge can be derived from the geometric forms of the relevant conic curves in three views. Finally, the wireframe model is created after eliminating all redundant elements generated in previous reconstruction process. The approach extends the range of objects to be reconstructed and imposes no restriction on the axis of the quadric surface.
Aijun Zhang, Yong Xue, Xiaosong Sun, Yincui Hu, Yi
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ICCS
Authors Aijun Zhang, Yong Xue, Xiaosong Sun, Yincui Hu, Ying Luo, Yanguang Wang, Shaobo Zhong, Jianqin Wang, Jiakui Tang, Guoyin Cai
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