We present our recent research results regarding the designing and implementation of real-time physics simulation engines, which aim at developing physics-inspired e-entertainment such as computer games, mobile applications, interactive TV and other smart media in Korea. Our real-time physics engine consists of three functional components: rigid body dynamics simulation, deformable body simulation, and data-driven physics simulation. The core simulation techniques to realize these simulation components include real-time collision detection and response, large-scale model simulation, and character model control. In this paper, we highlight these features and demonstrate their performances. We also showcase some of the gaming applications that we have integrated our physics engine into.
|Journal||International Journal of Modeling, Simulation, and Scientific Computing|
|State||Published - 2013|
- data-driven simulation
- deformable body simulation
- Real-time physics simulation engine
- rigid body dynamics simulation