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Roofs and Terrains Based on Skeletal Structures



This research was supported by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): Grants P25816-N15 and ORD 53-VO. Joint work with Peter Palfrader. Click on an image to get a larger one.



Sample results:

[SK-based roof] A roof for a traditional Austrian farm house. The roof was constructed based on an additively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house.
[SK-based roof] A house with a cross-gabled roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house.
[SK-based roof] A house with a cross-gabled roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively and multiplicatively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house.
[SK-based terrain] A terrain around a section of the Danube. The terrain was constructed based on an additively and multiplicatively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house.
[SK-based roof] A gablet roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the housel; the weights change over time.
[SK-based roof] A clerestory roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house; the weights change over time.
[SK-based roof] A gambrel roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively and multiplicatively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house; the weights change over time.
[SK-based roof] A rhombic roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively and multiplicatively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house.
[SK-based roof] A flat-top roof. The roof was constructed based on an additively and multiplicatively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house; the weights change over time.
[SK-based roof] A roof of an Asian-style temple. The roof was constructed based on an additively and multiplicatively weighted straight skeleton of the (exterior) footprint of the house; the weights change over time. In a post-processing step, some straight-line ridges were replaced by curved arcs.




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