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3D Modeling Technique: A Survey

Bhavika B. Solanki, Pratik S. Kadecha

Abstract


This paper presents a stereo image processing techniques for the detection of a depth information from images. Inspite of a remarkable growth in the last few years, the availability of 3D content is still diminutive by that of its 2D portion. To solve this problem, many 2D-to-3D image methods have been proposed. Here, a stereo image processing technique is actually a 3D modeling technique. We analyse two types of methods. The first is animation which represents a motion of an image. This animated output image gives a detail information of an image. For a detail like surface texture and a colour to extract from computer generated graphic model or 3D model, there is a third technique called as texture mapping. The third method is volume rendering volume rendering is a set of techniques used to display a 2D projection of a 3D discretely sampled data set typically a 3D scalar field.

Keywords: depth information, 3D image, 3D modeling, stereo image, texture


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