Cristian García Bauza

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A physics-based graphic engine supporting interactive animations of free water surfaces at real-time is presented. The algorithm is based on a lattice-Boltzmann model of the shallow waters equations and the interaction between the surface and external objects is achieved by means of source terms. The engine is capable of produce scenes of ponds whose(More)
In this paper a real time aircraft radar simulation is presented. The implemented algorithms in a 3D synthesized environment used to recreate the visualization of radar console are shown. Objects in a typical scene are represented with polygons. The lobe is discretized with rays and the radar display is recreated solving ray-polygon intersections (Ray(More)
This paper presents a serious game system which recognizes user movements by means of the Wiimote device with accelerometer technology. Recognizing a new gesture involves normalization of Wiimote data and searching in a gesture templates database. Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) comparison algorithm is used as a correlation function to compare the new gesture(More)
In this paper we describe a framework to build ambient assisted living (AAL) applications able to transform a conventional environment in a smart environment using low cost technology. The main purpose of this work is to assist people with disabilities in their residences or works promoting the social inclusion The system allows its users to be their own(More)
A method to simulate graphic animations of objects floating in a water surface in real time is presented. The fluid is simulated by means of the Lattice Boltzmann method for the shallow-waters equations and the movement of the floating objects is calculated with a Newtonian physical engine suitable for the mechanics of rigid bodies. A two-way interaction(More)
We provide a closed-form analytical expression for the effective stored-energy function of Neo-Hookean solids reinforced by a random distribution of anisotropic cylindrical fibers, subject to general finite-strain loading conditions. The expression is obtained by means of a homogenization constitutive theory recently proposed by the authors (Lopez-Pamies(More)