|Title:||Image Morphing with Feature Preserving Texture
|Authors:||Ayellet Tal and Gershon Elber
|Abstract:||Image metamorphosis as an animation tool has been mostly employed in the context of the entire image. This work explores the use of isolated and focused image based metamorphosis between two-dimensional objects, while capturing the features, colors, and textures of the objects. This pinpointed approach allows one to independently overlay several such dynamic shapes, without any bleeding of one shape into another. Hence, shape blending and metamorphosis of two-dimensional objects can be exploited as animated sequences of clip arts.|
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