Simulating Yarn-Based Cloth

@inproceedings{Kaldor2011SimulatingYC,
  title={Simulating Yarn-Based Cloth},
  author={Jonathan M. Kaldor},
  year={2011}
}
Cloth is an important material to model and simulate correctly, both in computer graphics and other industrial applications. The commonly used models for cloth in computer graphics typically approximate the cloth as an elastic sheet with linear isotropic behavior inspired by the construction of woven fabrics. However, they do a poor job of predicting the behavior of knits, which are driven by the complex interactions of yarn loops pulled through each other. This thesis presents a yarn-based… CONTINUE READING

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