Visuo-Haptic Interface for Hair

@article{MagnenatThalmann2007VisuoHapticIF,
  title={Visuo-Haptic Interface for Hair},
  author={Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann and Melanie Montagnol and Ugo Bonanni and Rajeev Gupta},
  journal={2007 International Conference on Cyberworlds (CW'07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={3-12}
}
In this paper, we focus on adaptive visuo-haptic simulation of hair using force feedback haptic devices, and propose an easy-to-use interactive hair modelling interface. The underlying idea is to explore ways of integrating visual hair simulation and haptic into one multirate-multilayer-multithread application allowing for intuitive interactive hair modeling. The user is allowed to interact with the simulated hair on a virtual human's head through a haptic interface. By adding the sense of… 

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