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Collision Detection for Deformable Objects

Teschner, Matthias and Kimmerle, Stefan and Heidelberger, B. and Zachmann, Gabriel and Raghupathi, L. and Fuhrmann, Arnulph and Cani, M-P. and Faure, F. and Straßer, Wolfgang and Volino, Pascal (2005):
Collision Detection for Deformable Objects.
In: Computer Graphics Forum, pp. 61-81, 24, (1), [Article]

Abstract

Interactive environments for dynamically deforming objects play an important role in surgery simulation and entertainment technology. These environments require fast deformable models and very efficient collision handling techniques. While collision detection for rigid bodies is well investigated, collision detection for deformable objects introduces additional challenging problems. This paper focuses on these aspects and summarizes recent research in the area of deformable collision detection. Various approaches based on bounding volume hierarchies, distance fields and spatial partitioning are discussed. In addition, image-space techniques and stochastic methods are considered. Applications in cloth modeling and surgical simulation are presented.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2005
Creators: Teschner, Matthias and Kimmerle, Stefan and Heidelberger, B. and Zachmann, Gabriel and Raghupathi, L. and Fuhrmann, Arnulph and Cani, M-P. and Faure, F. and Straßer, Wolfgang and Volino, Pascal
Title: Collision Detection for Deformable Objects
Language: English
Abstract:

Interactive environments for dynamically deforming objects play an important role in surgery simulation and entertainment technology. These environments require fast deformable models and very efficient collision handling techniques. While collision detection for rigid bodies is well investigated, collision detection for deformable objects introduces additional challenging problems. This paper focuses on these aspects and summarizes recent research in the area of deformable collision detection. Various approaches based on bounding volume hierarchies, distance fields and spatial partitioning are discussed. In addition, image-space techniques and stochastic methods are considered. Applications in cloth modeling and surgical simulation are presented.

Journal or Publication Title: Computer Graphics Forum
Volume: 24
Number: 1
Uncontrolled Keywords: Collision detection, Interactive animation, Deformable objects, Physically based simulation, Hierarchical bounding volumes, Spatial subdivision
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:04
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