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Code from the paper "Drawing for illustration and annotation in 3D"
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Drawing for Illustration and Annotation in 3D. David Bourguignon, Marie-Paule Cani and George Drettakis. Computer Graphics Forum, 20(3):114-122, 2001. --------------------------------------------------------- License ------- Copyright (c) 2001 iMAGIS-GRAVIR / IMAG-INRIA Requirements ------------ glui-2.2 (http://glui.sourceforge.net/) glut-3.7 (http://freeglut.sourceforge.net/) OpenGL-1.2 (http://www.opengl.org/) tmake-2.12 (http://tmake.sourceforge.net/), for generating makefiles Output ------ DR format (our own plain recording of the drawing) Compiling --------- With gcc-3.3.1 under linux-2.4, setup the makefile and type 'make'. There are test programs in subdirectories called aabb, bezier and draw2D. This program does not currently compile with msvc-13.10.3052 under mswinxp. This is mostly due to the heavy use of arcane template features. However, you can try compiling this program with mingw (http://mingw.sourceforge.net/), an excellent mswin port of gcc that produces binaries in native mswin format. Manual ------ There is a command-line help: you can reach it by pressing the "h" key. It describes the keyboard commands. Description of the icons in the toolbar (from left to right and top to bottom): - Two cubes in perspective: by clicking on the one on the right, you can change the semi-transparent drawing plane position. - Folder with outside-going arrow: Open previous drawing (in DR format). - Folder with inside-going arrow: Save current drawing (in DR format). - House: Switch to global drawing mode (strokes projected on the drawing plane, ignore other strokes and objects of the scene). - House with a pointing arrow: Switch to local drawing mode (strokes depth is obtained using other strokes and objects of the scene). - Cross mark: Delete all strokes of the current drawing. - Simple pointer: Select a stroke by picking (this stroke is then highlighted in blue). - Cross pointer: Move a previously selected stroke in a plane parallel to the current view plane. - U-turn arrow: Undo last stroke or delete currently selected stroke. - Pencil: Draw line stroke with foreground color (default: black). - Brush: Draw silhouette stroke with foreground color (default: black). - Eraser: Draw silhouette stroke with background color (default: white). Enjoy! And please send me your complaints/comments/congrats. Thanks! http://www.davidbourguignon.net/