Thesis defense Nevzat Göksan Güner

Graduate School of Informatics /Multimedia Informatics

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Nevzat Göksan Güner will defend his thesis.


Date: 12th January 2018

Time: 10:30 AM

Place: A-212

Thesis Abstract : Modeling high scaled road networks with many intersections and distant streets takes a serious amount of 3D modelers’ time. The amount of work 3D modelers need can be reduced by generating the basic model procedurally; therefore, 3D modelers spend more time to work on the details. In this thesis, we focus on procedurally generating low detailed and lightweight 3D road network models with dynamic lanes and lines. Our system also has the same basic abilities with the traditional road network modeling tools capable of creating junctions and pavements. In order to make a better performing 3D model, we use straight and arc road segments consisted of minimum amount of polygons. The main focus of this thesis will be creating a 3D procedural road network generation system with decreased polygon and texture costs.