Squish, Bounce, and Collide

Monday, 6 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 6DE
Session Chair/Discussant: Carol O'Sullivan, Trinity College Dublin

Volume-Conserving Finite Element Simulations of Deformable Models

A method for simulating incompressible deformable solids by preserving volume in a one-ring around each node. The paper also presents a novel method for treating collision and contact constraints during Poisson solves.

Geoffrey Irving
Stanford University and Pixar Animation Studios

Craig Schroeder
Stanford University

Ronald Fedkiw
Stanford University and Industrial Light & Magic

Many-Worlds Browsing for Control of Multibody Dynamics

A simple method for controlling rigid-body motion based on showing the user example motions and providing tools to browse and refine them interactively.

Christopher D. Twigg
Carnegie Mellon University

Doug L. James
Cornell University

Continuous Collision Detection for Articulated Models Using Taylor Models and Temporal Culling

CATCH: Fast continuous collision detection (CCD) algorithm for articulated models using Taylor models and temporal culling. CATCH performs CCD at interactive rates for complex articulated models.

Xinyu Zhang
Ewha Womans University

Stephane Redon
INRIA

Minkyoung Lee
Young J. Kim
Ewha Womans University

A Finite-Element Method for Animating Large Viscoplastic Flow

A finite-element method for simulating materials such as shampoo, dough, and clay that exhibit a combination of elastic deformation and large viscoplastic flow.

Adam W. Bargteil
Carnegie Mellon University

Chris Wojtan
Georgia Institute of Technology

Jessica K. Hodgins
Carnegie Mellon University

Greg Turk
Georgia Institute of Technology