Real-time Representatioin of Destruction Process Considering Interaction between Two Virtual Objects

  title={Real-time Representatioin of Destruction Process Considering Interaction between Two Virtual Objects},
  author={Satoru Honma and Hidetoshi Wakamatsu},
  journal={Journal of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers},
  • S. HonmaH. Wakamatsu
  • Published 31 July 2008
  • Engineering
  • Journal of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
Virtual objects have been synthesized based on physical phenomena using various kinds of techniques in artificial reality. In most cases, the calculation decreases owing to some kinds of simplified models and/or reduction of their composing elements, by which their drawing of shapes is easily performed in a higher speed. However, the deformation of virtual objects beyond their elastic limit has not been conventionally considered. Thus, it is necessary to take into account plasticity as well as… 
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