Image and Video based Artistic Stylisation
I have contributed to two chapters in the new book entitled »Image and Video based Artistic Stylisation«, edited by Paul Rosin and John Collomosse, and published by Springer. The first one (Chapter 3 of the book, co-authored with Oliver Deussen) surveys image-based halftoning and stippling techniques, while the second one (Chapter 15 of the book) discusses validation and evaluation techniques applicable to and specific studies conducted in the field of non-photorealistic rendering in general. The book, overall, covers a wide range of modern image-based techniques for stylizing images and videos, an important sub-area of the field of non-photorealistic rendering.
Please note that the on-line version of the chapter on halftoning and stippling offered electronically by Springer does not contain the images in a sufficient quality. Please use my author version of this chapter linked below to see the correct figures.
- also see our more complete and more recent survey of digital stippling
- my research on evaluation of NPR
- my research on pen-and-ink NPR
|Oliver Deussen and Tobias Isenberg (2013) Halftoning and Stippling. In Paul Rosin and John Collomosse (ed.): Image and Video based Artistic Stylisation, pages 45–61. Springer, London, Heidelberg, 2013. ISBN 978-1-4471-4518-9 (hardcopy) and 978-1-4471-4519-6 (e-book).|| doi|
|Tobias Isenberg (2013) Evaluating and Validating Non-Photorealistic and Illustrative Rendering. In Paul Rosin and John Collomosse (ed.): Image and Video based Artistic Stylisation, pages 311–331. Springer, London, Heidelberg, 2013. ISBN 978-1-4471-4518-9 (hardcopy) and 978-1-4471-4519-6 (e-book).|| doi|