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Real-time rendering of large surface-scanned range data natively on a GPU

Sajid Farooq
University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow, 2013
@phdthesis{farooq2013real,

   title={Real-time rendering of large surface-scanned range data natively on a GPU},

   author={Farooq, Sajid},

   year={2013},

   school={University of Glasgow}

}

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This thesis presents research carried out for the visualisation of surface anatomy data stored as large range images such as those produced by stereo-photogrammetric, and other triangulation-based capture devices. As part of this research, I explored the use of points as a rendering primitive as opposed to polygons, and the use of range images as the native data representation. Using points as a display primitive as opposed to polygons required the creation of a pipeline that solved problems associated with point-based rendering. The problems investigated were scattered-data interpolation (a common problem with point-based rendering), multi-view rendering, multi-resolution representations, anti-aliasing, and hidden-point removal. In addition, an efficient real-time implementation on the GPU was carried out.
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