A method for generating subdivision surfaces in real-time for use in connection with computer graphics is provided.
A technique for expressing an elastic body using computer graphics.
In computer graphics the image of a surface patch is computed, including specular reflections (mirror-like reflections) from the surface patch.
The system and method can be applied for realistic surface rendering in computer graphics, CAD, and visualization.
More precisely, the invention relates to encoding and decoding of data for image rendering using computer graphics.
The real signboard is produced after simulating the signboard on the computer graphic, to remarkably reduce production expenses and time.
The hardware entities include 3D graphics circuitry to process, for ready display, 3D images from primitive objects.
A pseudo three-dimensional image creating technique capable of creating and drawing a larger number of CG images with a relatively light computational load.
The purchaser can display an arrangement plan of seats, pictures of sales articles, a dealing place, an entrance area for attendance, a traffic guide, sales promotion advertisement of similar items with a computer graphic on a computer monitor.