Sketch Analysis-Based Engineering Solution for Online Story Authoring and Animation

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This paper introduces an easy way of authoring and presenting a user’s own story in the form of animation on the World Wide Web. Since visual authoring is difficult and time-consuming, most of the existing online story-making tools support text-based authoring, and a few others allow users the freedom of choosing characters from a given database. Comparatively, we suggest a way of incorporating a user’s own sketches of characters and scenes to build a story without demanding much intervention from the user. We also present an automatic view control method to transform simple sketches into animation on the web.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 277-279)

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Kwang Hwa Chung, Yong Hyeon Shin, Sue-Nie Park, Hyun Sook Cho, Soon-Ae Yoo, Byung Joo Min, Hyo-Suk Lim and Kyung Hwa Yoo

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305-311

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Y. H. Nam "Sketch Analysis-Based Engineering Solution for Online Story Authoring and Animation", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 277-279, pp. 305-311, 2005

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