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From measured physical parameters to the haptic feeling of fabric

Volino, P. and Davy, P. and Bonanni, U. and Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Böttcher, G. and Allerkamp, D. and Wolter, F. E.


Abstract: Real-time cloth simulation involves many computational challenges to be solved, particularly in the context of haptic applications, where high frame rates are necessary for obtaining a satisfactory tactile experience.In this paper, we present a realtime cloth simulation system which offers a compromise between a realistic physically based simulation of fabrics and a haptic application with high requirements in terms of computation speed. We give emphasis on architecture and algorithmic choices for obtaining the best compromise in the context of haptic applications. A first implementation using a haptic device demonstrates the features of the proposed system and leads to the development of new approaches for the haptic rendering using the proposed approach.


@inproceedings{202,
  booktitle = {Proc. of the Workshop on Haptic and Tactile Perception of Deformable Objects (HAPTEX'05)},
  author = {Volino, P. and Davy, P. and Bonanni, U. and Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Böttcher, G. and Allerkamp, D. and Wolter, F. E.},
  title = {From measured physical parameters to the haptic feeling of fabric},
  pages = {17-29},
  month = dec,
  year = {2005},
  topic = {Virtual Clothing}
}