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We developed a system that addresses the printability issues by providing automatic detection and correction of the problematic cases. Our system considers stresses caused by gravity and gripping forces. The structural problems are evaluated by combining a lightweight structure analysis solver with 3D medial axis approximations. If areas with high structural stress are found, the model is corrected by repeatedly applying hollowing, thickening, or strut insertion. Our system is designed to create a model that is visually similar to the original model, while possessing greater structural integrity.
Video tapestries are a seamless visualization of a full-length film or video. The user can pan the image to visualize different portions of the film, but more importantly can also smoothly zoom into or out of the tapestry to see more or less temporal detail.
Photo editing can be a challenging task, and it becomes even more difficult on the small, portable screens of mobile devices that are now frequently used to capture and edit images. To address this problem we present PixelTone, a multimodal photo editing interface that combines speech and direct manipulation. We observe existing image editing practices and derive a set of principles that guide our design.
Our researchers collaborate with top faculty and PhD students from universities around the world. By proactively engaging with thought leaders, Adobe contributes to and benefits from advances in the broader research community.