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Visualizing and Analyzing the Mona Lisa

Louis Borgeat, Guy Godin, Philippe Massicotte, Guillaume Poirier, Francois Blais, J.-Angelo Beraldin
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 2007

@article{borgeat2007visualizing,

   title={Visualizing and analyzing the Mona Lisa},

   author={Borgeat, L. and Godin, G. and Massicotte, P. and Poirier, G. and Blais, F. and Beraldin, J.A.},

   journal={Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE},

   volume={27},

   number={6},

   pages={60–68},

   year={2007},

   publisher={IEEE}

}

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As technologies for acquiring 3D data and algorithms for constructing integrated models evolve, very large data sets representing objects or environments are emerging in various application areas. As a result, significant research in computer graphics has aimed to interactively render such models on affordable commodity computers. Interest is growing in the possibility of integrating real-time analysis and transformation tools in interactive visualization environments as they become more available.
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