Signed Distance Function Computation from an Implicit Surface

04/16/2021
by   Pierre-Alain Fayolle, et al.
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We describe in this short note a technique to convert an implicit surface into a Signed Distance Function (SDF) while exactly preserving the zero level-set of the implicit. The proposed approach relies on embedding the input implicit in the final layer of a neural network, which is trained to minimize a loss function characterizing the SDF.

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SDF to an implicit surface while preserving the zero level-set


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