Welcome on the homepage of the chair "Computer Graphics Systems" of Prof. Jürgen Döllner and his team. We like to inform you about our teaching and ongoing research activities in the analysis, planning and construction of computer graphics and multimedia systems.
Photorealistic visualizations used in 3D applications designed for typical desktops usually show high visual information density. In [Kyprianidis and Döllner 2008] we present non-photorealistic image processing techniques to distill the perceptually important information and optimize the content for the limited screen space of small displays. Our method extends the approach of [Winnemöller et al. 2006] to use iterated bilateral filtering for abstraction and difference-of-Gaussians (DoG) for edge extraction by adapting it to the local orientation of the input.