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Interactive modeler for cloth draping
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|dc.description.abstract||Cloth modeling is a challenging field in computer graphics, being a typical example of a soft-object. One of the approaches toward modeling cloth is a geometric approach. This thesis develops a conceptual model for modeling cloth drape using a geometric approach employing the Extended Free Form Deformation (EFFD) technique. The model can be used interactively by animators. Apart from modeling cloth, this model is also useful in moulding various shapes into surfaces. It also incorporates facilities for further additions to the software. Images of cloth shapes and shapes sculpted into surfaces are shown as examples||en|
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|dc.subject||Major visualization sciences.||en|
|dc.title||Interactive modeler for cloth draping||en|
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