Bickel, BerndIST Austria ; Cignoni, Paolo; Malomo, Luigi; Pietroni, Nico
Digital fabrication devices are powerful tools for creating tangible reproductions of 3D digital models. Most available printing technologies aim at producing an accurate copy of a tridimensional shape. However, fabrication technologies can also be used to create a stylistic representation of a digital shape. We refer to this class of methods as ‘stylized fabrication methods’. These methods abstract geometric and physical features of a given shape to create an unconventional representation, to produce an optical illusion or to devise a particular interaction with the fabricated model. In this state‐of‐the‐art report, we classify and overview this broad and emerging class of approaches and also propose possible directions for future research.
Computer Graphics Forum
Bickel B, Cignoni P, Malomo L, Pietroni N. State of the art on stylized fabrication. Computer Graphics Forum. 2018;37(6):325-342. doi:10.1111/cgf.13327
Bickel, B., Cignoni, P., Malomo, L., & Pietroni, N. (2018). State of the art on stylized fabrication. Computer Graphics Forum. Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1111/cgf.13327
Bickel, Bernd, Paolo Cignoni, Luigi Malomo, and Nico Pietroni. “State of the Art on Stylized Fabrication.” Computer Graphics Forum. Wiley, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1111/cgf.13327.
B. Bickel, P. Cignoni, L. Malomo, and N. Pietroni, “State of the art on stylized fabrication,” Computer Graphics Forum, vol. 37, no. 6. Wiley, pp. 325–342, 2018.
Bickel B, Cignoni P, Malomo L, Pietroni N. 2018. State of the art on stylized fabrication. Computer Graphics Forum. 37(6), 325–342.
Bickel, Bernd, et al. “State of the Art on Stylized Fabrication.” Computer Graphics Forum, vol. 37, no. 6, Wiley, 2018, pp. 325–42, doi:10.1111/cgf.13327.
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