Code from the paper "Controlling anisotropy in mass-spring systems"
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animal
examples
volume
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README.md
force.h
intersect_triangle.c
intersect_triangle.h
move_hexa.C
move_hexa.pro
move_hexa_ms.C
move_hexa_ms.pro
move_tetra.C
move_tetra.pro
move_tetra_ms.C
move_tetra_ms.pro
particle.h
scheme.h

README.md

##Move

####Reference Bourguignon D. and Cani M.-P. (2000) Controlling Anisotropy in Mass-Spring Systems. In: Proceedings of the Eleventh Eurographics Workshop on Computer Animation and Simulation, pp. 113-123, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

####License Copyright (c) 2000 iMAGIS-GRAVIR / IMAG-INRIA

####Requirements

####Compiling With g++ v4.9.2, setup the makefile using qmake v5.5. There are test programs in subdirectories, for example in animal/geometry/test.

####Input

  • MESH format specifying volume mesh geometry (3D points and tetrahedra or hexahedra).
  • FACES format specifying surface mesh geometry (3D points and triangles or quadrangles). This format is used for rendering purposes.

####Visualizing gnuplot -persist [GNP file]

####Online help There is an online help: you can reach it by pressing the h key within the animation window. It describes the mouse and keyboard commands. Examples meshes are available in examples/hexa and examples/tetra.

####Contact Please send me your complaints/comments/congrats using the contact address on http://www.davidbourguignon.net/

Thanks!