A deformable surface model with volume preserving springs

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Abstract

This paper discusses the possibility of employing a surface model to emulate volume behaviour. This is inspired by a significant interest in employing the surface data due to its simplicity. However, there are issues in properties estimation and volume preservation. Therefore, the aim of the ongoing research includes exploring the potential of a surface mass spring model with shape-preserving springs for volume simulation. Initial evaluations illustrate the feasibility of employing a mass spring model with volume preserving springs to simulate the dynamic behaviour of a soft volume. The proposed framework can be further explored to address other material properties.
Original languageEnglish
Pages259-268
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Publication statusPublished - 2008

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This proceedings is volume 5098 in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
The final publication is available at http://link.springer.com/ .

Keywords

  • deformable model
  • mass spring systems
  • volume preservation

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A deformable surface model with volume preserving springs. / Arnab, Sylvester; Raja, V.

2008. 259-268.

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