Dynamic simulation of wing motion on "Reign of Fire"

@inproceedings{GonzalezOchoa2002DynamicSO,
  title={Dynamic simulation of wing motion on "Reign of Fire"},
  author={Carlos Gonzalez-Ochoa and D. Eberle and R. Dre{\ss}el},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH '02},
  year={2002}
}
The challenge of animating believable dragons was presented to Disney Feature Animation and The Secret Lab (TSL) for the film "Reign of Fire". The film called for 100ft creatures with wing spans of 300ft that could undergo enormous speeds and accelerations. The artistic direction required each dragon to have wings that transition between a variety of physical behaviors and interact with the environment. To solve this challenge the Muscle and Skin system used in Disney's Dinosaur [Eskuri 2000… Expand
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