Pattern formation and mapping for animal skin synthesis.
Teo, How Jiann.
Date of Issue2006
School of Computer Engineering
In this project, we aim to develop an effective system for synthesizing skin patterns of animals on three-dimensional surfaces. To accomplish the task of pattern synthesis, we have proposed and developed a system , which is inspired by Clonal Mosaic model . A Clonal Mosaic model simulates cell-to-cell repulsion on arbitrary surface. By assigning different repulsiveness values on these cells, a regulated spatial cell arrangement is likely to be formed. This arrangement of cells shows appealing result, which is comparable with those natural patterns found on animal skin. However, a typical Clonal Mosaic process requires a complex computation, where distance of cells across the surface has to be measured and movement of cells has to be constrainted on the surface. As a result, a time consuming process is envisaged for generating patterns on an arbitrary surface.
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