[Bf-committers] GSoC Idea: Improving Automatic UV Unwrapping
blueprintrandom1 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 17:52:56 CET 2019
I think a function that would be slick, is something that figures out where
a brush spills over a seem, and then take the section that 'overhangs' the
island, and transform it to the other side of the seam, (if enabled) so
seams would not really matter as much.
of course with really nice bake tools, we can unwrap the model seamless
with overlaps, and then bake over to a proper unwrapped mesh and seams are
not a issue at all.
On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 8:23 AM Philip Holzmann <ga87cel at mytum.de> wrote:
> In case you are looking for ideas to add to the GSoC ideas list:
> Here's a self-contained project somebody could work on.
> "Improving Automatic UV Unwrapping"
> Benefits: Higher quality automatic UV unwrapping saves artist time,
> especially for prototypes and sculpts.
> Implement an algorithm that generates a UV projection with a relatively
> high quality.
> Blender already has some forms of automatic UV unwrapping, for example
> the "Smart UV Project" script.
> Possible improvements could include (i. e. downsides of the current
> - Work efficiently, even with high poly models
> - Do not generate tiny UV islands (i. e. those consisting of only one or
> two faces. They could be merged with another island in most cases.)
> - Generate preferably rectangular islands, break up big islands. This
> will improve the UV packing results.
> Requirements: Python. C may also be required for performance reasons.
> Difficulty: Medium?
> Possible mentors: ???
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