Procedural Rose Modeling


We propose an artificial pruning-aware procedural modeling technique for artificially cultivated plants such as roses. The branch generation rules are derived to reproduce the characteristics of the ideal tree shape during the blooming season, leveraging both the species-specific growth model and artificial pruning applied appropriately throughout the year. Our system enables intuitive control to change the tree shape by tweaking several parameters without special knowledge of rose cultivation.


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