The Science of Generative Architecture: ProceduralizationSpeaker: Ilke Demir – Hermosa Beach, CA, United States
Topic(s): Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
AbstractManual creation of massive and detailed 3D models may take weeks, or months, even for experienced artists. In contrast, generative algorithms enable efficiently creating content coherent with the reality, as long as the representations are good approximations of the real world. In this talk, I will introduce "proceduralization" to discover such generative representations from 2D and 3D data for synthesis, modeling, and reconstruction; combining computer vision, machine learning, and computational geometry approaches. I will briefly introduce geometry processing algorithms to discover artistic elements, and grammar discovery methods to extract procedural rules. The rest of the talk will be devoted to proceduralization applications for content creation, interactive editing, localization, mapping, and reconstruction. I will conclude by how similar constructions can be exploited in extracting shape abstractions in the context of geometric deep learning.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 53
Duration: 60 minutes
Languages Available: English, Turkish
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