“Creating Ralphzilla Moshpit, Skeleton Library and Automation Framework”

  • ©Dong Joo Byun, Alberto Luceño Ros, Alexander Moaveni, Trevor Bryant, Le Joyce Tong, and Moe El-Ali

  • ©Dong Joo Byun, Alberto Luceño Ros, Alexander Moaveni, Trevor Bryant, Le Joyce Tong, and Moe El-Ali

  • ©Dong Joo Byun, Alberto Luceño Ros, Alexander Moaveni, Trevor Bryant, Le Joyce Tong, and Moe El-Ali

  • ©Dong Joo Byun, Alberto Luceño Ros, Alexander Moaveni, Trevor Bryant, Le Joyce Tong, and Moe El-Ali

  • ©Dong Joo Byun, Alberto Luceño Ros, Alexander Moaveni, Trevor Bryant, Le Joyce Tong, and Moe El-Ali

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Entry Number: 66

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    Creating Ralphzilla Moshpit, Skeleton Library and Automation Framework

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    Composed of over 550,000 crowd agents, Ralphzilla of Ralph Breaks the Internet, one of the largest movie monsters ever created and presented a huge technical and artistic challenge.

    We introduce a new crowd solver, Moshpit, which performs high resolution inter-body collision among crowd agents. We will also explain how Moshpit was incorporated into Disney’s Skeleton Library (SL) and proprietary pipeline automation framework.

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    Moe El-Ali, Le Tong, Josh Richards, Tuan Nguyen, Alberto Luceno Ros, and Norman Moses Joseph. 2016. Zootopia Crowd Pipeline. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2016 Talks (SIGGRAPH ’16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 59, 2 pages.
    Matthias Müller, Bruno Heidelberger, Marcus Hennix, and John Ratcliff. 2007. Position Based Dynamics. J. Vis. Comun. Image Represent. 18, 2 (April 2007), 109–118.
    Gabe Mulley and Matt Bittarelli. 2007. Ragdoll Physics. (2007).+

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