Canonical manifoldsUC Berkeley, May 2005.
This talk introduces the concepts of manifolds in the context of a simple example (the circle) then goes on to describe how this approach can be applied to all closed topologies.
N-holed toriMathematics of Surfaces X in Leeds, September 2003.
All you need to know about using hhyperbolic geometry to parameterize n-holed tori.
Manifolds and modeling courseSiggraph 2005, August 2005.
This is the majority of the slides from the course Denis Zorin and I taught at Siggraph.
Simple manifoldsShape Modeling International, May 2002.
Creating canonical spherical, toroiidal, and cylindrical manifolds
The IBarUIST, October 2004.
A longer version of the talk that describes the IBar.
Open questions on modeling and reconstruction using manifoldsSIAM 2005, October 2005.
This talk combines both surface modeling and reconstruction using manifolds. The focus is on open questions in chart placement and allocation
Non-linear projection sketchingGraphite 2005, November 2005.
A sketch/widget-based interface for specifying non-linear projections
Hierarchical surface modeling using manifoldsGraphite 2005, November 2005.
A hierarchical approach to modeling surfaces based on the idea of adding charts anywhere.
Continuous cube mappingWash U, 2006.
Non-inear projection widgetsNon-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering conference., June 2008.
Widgets for making Non-linear projections.
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