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Contents:

Video clips

Spectral comparison figure

Temerature comparison figure

Stipple drawing comparison

Further examples and comparisons

New: insanly large uniform distribution containing 1,835,007 points: points / image (suggested use: bedroom wall paper)


 

Clips

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Clip shows the multi-scale scheme operating and the low-frequency anulus growing as we refine the point set.

The relaxation achieved for the low frequencies at the coarse scales is preserved when refining the poitn set to the next scale where the upper frequency band is relaxed (and hence the anulus grows).

 

Clip shows the points and kernels being stochastically relaxed in a spatially-varying target density scenario.

 

Clip shows how large points are relaxed only at the coarser scales and remain static at the finer levels while the rest of the points relax.

 


Spectral comparison

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Temperature comparison

[download uniform patterns at various T values]


 

Stipple Drawing

original

Secord [2002]

Balzer et al. [2009]

our [eps]


 

Further examples

 

Mario [eps]

 

Mark Knopfler [eps]

 

(left to right) input target density, result by Balzer et al. [2009], and our result

density function

 

 

uniform distribution

 


 

Comparison: methods & temperatures

 

input

 

Schmaltz et al. [2010]
Schmaltz et al. [2010], jittered
Balzer et al. [2009]

our, T=1/100

our, T=1/4
our, T=1/2

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