A web-visualization approach for 3D elastic medium modeling and simulation

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Authors: Popirlan, C.-I. and Dupac, M.

http://www.actapress.com/PaperInfo.aspx?PaperID=33504&reason=500

Pages: 322-327

Publisher: ACTA Press

Place of Publication: Anaheim, CA, USA

ISBN: 978-0-88986-764-2

The importance of 3D modeling in virtual reality and computational vision was a challenging subject and a long motivation for researchers. In this paper the visualization of a 3D elastic model in a Java Servlet web environment under the support of 3D mass (particles) spring model is presented. The contact between particles is modeled with elastic springs. The expression of the spring elastic constants are presented, the external/internal force evaluated, and the position of each particle continuously updated. Two types of 3D elastic models, a sailing ship and a curtain, are simulated and visualized.

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Authors: Popirlan, C. and Dupac, M.

Pages: 322-327

ISBN: 9780889867420

The importance of 3D modeling in virtual reality and computational vision was a challenging subject and a long motivation for researchers. In this paper the visualization of a 3D elastic model in a Java Servlet web environment under the support of 3D mass (particles) spring model is presented. The contact between particles is modeled with elastic springs. The expression of the spring elastic constants are presented, the external/internal force evaluated, and the position of each particle continuously updated. Two types of 3D elastic models, a sailing ship and a curtain, are simulated and visualized.

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