Joep Moritz

Room B.09, Gower Street 66
University College London

I am a computer science doctoral candidate at UCL, supervised by Prof. Tim Weyrich, and in collaboration with Prof. Paul Matts (Procter & Gamble).

My research focuses on texture analysis and synthesis methods. My first project dealt with the generation of tileable textures from photographs. The results have been published in a Eurographics paper. There is also an interactive website that showcases all of our results. We did not cherry pick any particular input images or parameters here, and you are free to explore any settings and any image in our entire dataset.

Previously, I completed my MSc at the University of Hull with a thesis on fluid simulation on the GPU using computational fluid dynamics.

Texture Stationarization: Turning Photos into Tileable Textures.
Joep Moritz, Stuart James, Tom S. F. Haines, Tobias Ritschel, Tim Weyrich.
Computer Graphics Forum (Proc. Eurographics), 36(2), 13 pages, 2017.

Paper PDF (low-resolution, 5MB)
Interactive website
Teaser video for conference presentation