Müge Değirmenci Camcı, Synthesis of Realistic 3D Artifacts Using Flow Fields

M.S. Candidate: Müge Değirmenci Camcı
Program: Multimedia Informatics
Date:  06.12.2019 / 13:00
Place: B-116

Abstract: Computer generated imagery becomes more realistic every day in parallel with advances in hardware and software architectures. In this study, realistic visual effects are created by use of flow fields. Flow fields are generated from Perlin noise. Perlin noise has a characteristic smooth randomness effect which is desired for the representation of several natural phenomena. Dissolution effects are presented on mesh models as a use-case example.