Modelling and Simulation of Lily flowers using PDE Surfaces

Authors: Chaudhry, E. et al.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/33790/

Start date: 26 August 2019

DOI: 10.1109/SKIMA47702.2019.8982402

This paper presents a partial differential equation (PDE)-based surface modelling and simulation framework for lily flowers. We use a PDE-based surface modelling technique to represent shape of a lily flower and PDE-based dynamic simulation to animate blossom and decay processes of lily flowers. To this aim, we first automatically construct the geometry of lily flowers from photos to obtain feature curves. Second, we apply a PDE-based surface modelling technique to generate sweeping surfaces to obtain geometric models of the flowers. Then, we use a physics-driven and data-based method and introduce the flower shapes at the initial and final positions into our proposed dynamic deformation model to generate a realistic deformation of flower blossom and decay. The results demonstrate that our proposed technique can create realistic flower models and their movements and shape changes against time efficiently with a small data size.

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Authors: Chaudhry, E., You, L., Zhang, J.J., Chang, J. et al.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/33790/

Journal: 2019 13th International Conference on Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications, SKIMA 2019

ISBN: 9781728127415

DOI: 10.1109/SKIMA47702.2019.8982402

© 2019 IEEE. This paper presents a partial differential equation (PDE)-based surface modelling and simulation framework for lily flowers. We use a PDE-based surface modelling technique to represent shape of a lily flower and PDE-based dynamic simulation to animate blossom and decay processes of lily flowers. To this aim, we first automatically construct the geometry of lily flowers from photos to obtain feature curves. Second, we apply a PDE-based surface modelling technique to generate sweeping surfaces to obtain geometric models of the flowers. Then, we use a physics-driven and data-based method and introduce the flower shapes at the initial and final positions into our proposed dynamic deformation model to generate a realistic deformation of flower blossom and decay. The results demonstrate that our proposed technique can create realistic flower models and their movements and shape changes against time efficiently with a small data size.

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Authors: Chaudhry, E. et al.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/33790/

Journal: 2019 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOFTWARE, KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND APPLICATIONS (SKIMA)

ISSN: 2373-082X

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