Hairstyle Construction from Raw Surface Data

Gerrit Sobottka, Michael Kusak und Andreas Weber
In proceedings of International Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation (CGIV'06), pages 365-371, IEEE Computer Society, 2006
Präsentiert: International Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation (CGIV'06)
 

Abstract

We present a novel approach to the problem of hairstyle construction from raw surface data such as the ones obtained from surface scans. Our approach is based on a shape matching algorithm that fits individual hair fibers into a given volume according to a set of boundary conditions and additional hair density information. Our method employs a mechanical rod model based on the special theory of Cosserat rods. Such models can efficiently be used to simulate the deformation of individual fibers in subsequent manipulation steps.

Stichwörter: hair modelling

Bibtex

@INPROCEEDINGS{sobottka-2006-hairstyle,
      author = {Sobottka, Gerrit and Kusak, Michael and Weber, Andreas},
       pages = {365--371},
       title = {Hairstyle Construction from Raw Surface Data},
   booktitle = {International Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation (CGIV'06)},
        year = {2006},
   publisher = {IEEE Computer Society},
    keywords = {hair modelling},
    abstract = {We present a novel approach to the problem of hairstyle
                               construction from raw surface data such as the ones obtained from
                               surface scans. Our approach is based on a shape matching algorithm
                               that fits individual hair fibers into a given volume according to
                               a set of boundary conditions and additional hair density
                               information. Our method employs a mechanical rod model based on
                               the special theory of Cosserat rods. Such models can efficiently
                               be used to simulate the deformation of individual fibers in
                               subsequent manipulation steps.},
        isbn = {0-7695-2606-3},
  conference = {International Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation (CGIV'06)}
}