“Dyeing theory based liquid diffusion model on woven cloth” by Morimoto, Tanaka, Tsuruno and Tomimatsu

  • ©Yuki Morimoto, Masayuki Tanaka, Reiji Tsuruno, and Kiyoshi Tomimatsu

  • ©Yuki Morimoto, Masayuki Tanaka, Reiji Tsuruno, and Kiyoshi Tomimatsu

  • ©Yuki Morimoto, Masayuki Tanaka, Reiji Tsuruno, and Kiyoshi Tomimatsu

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    Dyeing theory based liquid diffusion model on woven cloth

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    This paper describes a method for simulating and visualizing dyeing based on weave patterns and the physical parameters of the threads and the dye. We apply Fick’s second law with a variable diffusion coefficient. Visual simulation of dyeing is important for representing garments in computer graphics images and it is also important as a drawing simulation. The liquid penetration into cloth is a complicated phenomenon from both a scientific and a physical standpoint. The pattern and color of dyed cloth is a function of the physical properties of the dye and the fabric. It is a different phenomenon from liquid diffusion on a paper. Some characteristic features of liquid diffusion on a cloth that are influenced by weave patterns, such as thin spots and mottles. In an actual dyeing, wet cloth is used for preventing color heterogeneity, so this paper presents the dyeing system on wet cloth. The results obtained using our model demonstrate that it is capable of modeling many of the characteristics of dyeing.

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    1. Adabala, N. 2003. A procedural thread texture model. 33–40.
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