“Modeling and simulation of sharp creases”

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    Modeling and simulation of sharp creases


    A sharp crease is a unique behavior of a pressed cloth that reveals a fabric specific combination of elasticity and plasticity. It creates a stiff column like ridge along the crease direction, revealing straight lines and breaks. Previous work addressed the wrinkles and creases by manipulating the bending resistance [1,3]. This paper presents a new technique for the realistic animation of sharp creases using a set of hard angle constraints and the implicit constraint scheme for stable and effective constraint enforcement over a large time step.


    Bridson, R., Mario, S., and Fedkiw, R. Simulation of clothing with folds wrinkles. In ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Computer Animation. 2003
    Choi, M., Hong, M., and Welch, S. Implicit Constraint Enforcement for Stable and Effective Control of Cloth Behavior, Technical Report, Univ. of Colorado at Denver, 03-01-2004
    Grinspun, E., Hirani, A., Desbrun, M. and Schroder, P, 2003. Discrete Shells, In ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Computer Animation. 2003

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