Tiled texture synthesis
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In this thesis a new image-based texturing method has been developed. This new method allows users to synthesize tiled textures that can be mapped to any quadrilateral mesh without discontinuity or singularity. An interface has been developed that allows user control over out put textures. Three methods have been included in the interface to create a periodic looking texture for 3D models and two methods have been developed to create wallpaper images (repeating textures on a 2D surface). Using these texturing methods, texturing problems are simplified, and more time can be spent solving artistic problems.
Green, Lori Anne (2003). Tiled texture synthesis. Master's thesis, Texas A&M University. Texas A&M University. Available electronically from
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