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by Fernando Graça; Penousal Machado
International Journal of Arts and Technology (IJART), Vol. 8, No. 2, 2015
Abstract: 'Evolving assemblages' explores the transformation of images or three-dimensional (3D) models in order to create large-scale assemblages of 3D objects. The proposed approach allows the evolution of the type, size, rotation and position of each object, constructing a non-photorealistic transformation of a source image or 3D model. The creator evaluates each individual of the population accordingly to his/hers aesthetics preferences, influencing the final outcome of the process. The evolution of assemblages which are mapped to a 3D model is described. The experimental results presented highlight the generalisation abilities of the evolved individuals and the expressiveness of the evolutionary tool.
Online publication date: Mon, 25-May-2015
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