Physical Simulation


Thursday, 25 July
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
River Room 001

Session Chair: Holly Rushmeier, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center


Modeling the Accumulation of Wind-Driven Snow
A method for modeling the appearance of snow drifts formed by accumulation of wind-blown snow near buildings and other obstacles.

James F. O'Brien
University of California, Berkeley
job@eecs.berkeley.edu

Bryan E. Feldman
University of California, Berkeley



The Simulation of Fluid-Rigid Body Interaction
Modeling of the interaction between fluid and rigid bodies, and how to simulate scenes with consistent motion of fluid and rigid bodies.

Tsunemi Takahashi
Toshiba Corporation
tsunemi.takahashi@toshiba.co.jp

Ueki Heihachi
Toshiba CAE Systems Incorporated

Atsushi Kunimatsu
Hiroko Fujii
Toshiba Corporation



Modal Analysis for Real-Time Viscoelastic Deformation
Using modal decompositions from finite-element models to model viscoelastic deformation in real time in an unconditionally stable fashion.

James F. O'Brien
University of California, Berkeley
job@eecs.berkeley.edu

Chen Shen
Kris K. Hauser
Christine M. Gatchalian
University of California, Berkeley



Firefighter-Training Virtual Environment
A virtual environment in which the user, a commanding officer trainee, instructs teams of virtual firefighters to perform different actions to put out virtual fires.

Tazama St. Julien
Georgia Institute of Technology
tazstjulien@yahoo.com

Chris D. Shaw
Georgia Institute of Technology





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