Blog & Publications

Sep
11

Multi-Feature Matching of Fresco Fragments

Corey Toler-Franklin, Benedict Brown, Tim Weyrich, Thomas Funkhouser, Szymon Rusinkiewicz. ACM Transactions on Graphics (Proc. SIGGRAPH Asia), Seoul, Korea, December 2010. Abstract We present a multiple-feature approach for determining matches between small fragments of archaeological artifacts such as Bronze-Age and Roman frescoes. In contrast with traditional 2D and 3D shape matching approaches, we introduce a […]

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Sep
11

Learning How to Match Fresco Fragments

Learning How to Match Fresco Fragments Thomas Funkhouser, Hijung Shin, Corey Toler-Franklin, Antonio Garcia Castaneda, Benedict Brown, David Dobkin, Szymon Rusinkiewicz, Tim Weyrich. Eurographics 2011 Special Area Track on Cultural Heritage, Llandudno, UK, April 2011 Abstract One of the main problems faced during reconstruction of fractured archaeological artifacts is sorting through a large number of […]

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Sep
10

Multi-Feature Matching of Fresco Fragments

Multi-Feature Matching of Fresco Fragments Corey Toler-Franklin, Benedict Brown, Tim Weyrich, Thomas Funkhouser, Szymon Rusinkiewicz. ACM Transactions on Graphics (Proc. SIGGRAPH Asia), Seoul, Korea, December 2010. Abstract We present a multiple-feature approach for determining matches between small fragments of archaeological artifacts such as Bronze-Age and Roman frescoes. In contrast with traditional 2D and 3D shape […]

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Sep
09

A System for High-Volume Acquisition and Matching of Fresco Fragments: Reassembling Tehran Wall Paintings

Benedict Brown, Corey Toler-Franklin, Diego Nehab, Michael Burns, Andreas Vlachopoulos, Christos Doumas, David Dobkin, Szymon Rusinkiewicz, Tim Weyrich. ACM Transactions on Graphics (Proc. SIGGRAPH), Los Angeles, CA, August, 2008. Abstract Although mature technologies exist for acquiring images, geometry, and normals of small objects, they remain cumbersome and time-consuming for non-experts to employ on a large […]

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Sep
08

Illustration of Complex Real-World Objects using Images with Normals

Corey Toler-Franklin, Adam Finkelstein, and Szymon Rusinkiewicz. International Symposium on Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (NPAR) San Diego, CA, August 2007 Abstract This paper investigates the creation of non-photorealistic illustrations from a type of data lying between simple 2D images and full 3D models: images with both a color (albedo) and a surface normal stored at […]

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Sep
07

Courses/Tutorials: Principles and Practices of Robust, Photography-based Digital Imaging Techniques for Museums

Courses/Tutorials Principles and Practices of Robust, Photography-based Digital Imaging Techniques for Museums Co-presented full day course. Presented acquisition and rendering algorithms for museum conservation. VAST 11th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (Proc. EUROGRAPHICS 2010), Palais du Louvre, Paris, France, September 2010. Abstract This full day tutorial will use lectures and demonstrations […]

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Sep
06

Journal Papers: Learning How to Match Fresco Fragments

Journal Papers Learning How to Match Fresco Fragments Thomas Funkhouser, Hijung Shin, Corey Toler-Franklin, Antonio Garcia Castaneda, Benedict Brown, David Dobkin, Szymon Rusinkiewicz, Tim Weyrich. Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage 4(2), November 2011. Abstract One of the main problems faced during reconstruction of fractured archaeological artifacts is sorting through a large number of candidate […]

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Sep
05

Thesis: Matching, Archiving and Visualizing Cultural Heritage Artifacts Using Multi-Channel Images

Thesis Matching, Archiving and Visualizing Cultural Heritage Artifacts Using Multi-Channel Images Corey Toler-Franklin PhD thesis, Princeton University, May 2011. Abstract Recent advancements in low-cost acquisition technologies have made it more practical to acquire real world datasets on a large scale. This has lead to a number of computer-based solutions for reassembling, archiving and visualizing cultural […]

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