“Accurate contact resolution for interpolated hairs” by Goldenthal

  • ©Rony Goldenthal

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    Accurate contact resolution for interpolated hairs

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    The motion of hair is generally smooth—nearby hair strands move in a similar manner. This allows to compute the motion on a subset of the hairs which is often referred to as the guide hairs. The motion of the rest of the hairs is derived through interpolation, these hairs are referred to as interpolated hairs.

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    1. Goldenthal, R., Harmon, D., Fattal, R., Bercovier, M., and Grinspun, E. 2007. Efficient simulation of inextensible cloth. ACM Transactions on Graphics 26, 3 (July), 49:1–49:7.
    2. Verma, V., Schneider, P., Mitchell, J., Castano, I., Peters, J., and Ni, T. 2009. Efficient substitutes for subdivision surfaces. In ACM SIGGRAPH Class Notes, August, 2009.


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