Splashy, Sketchy Fluids

    Thursday, 21 November

    11:00 - 12:45

    Convention Hall B

    Versatile Surface Tension and Adhesion for SPH Fluids

    We present a new surface tension force and a new fluid-solid adhesion force to improve the handling of fluid-air and fluid-solid interfaces in SPH simulations. Combining both forces allows simulating variety of interesting effects that can be observed in nature.

    Nadir Akinci, University of Freiburg
    Gizem Akinci, University of Freiburg
    Matthias Teschner, University of Freiburg

    Spatio-temporal Extrapolation for Fluid Animation

    We introduce a novel spatio-temporal extrapolation technique for fluid simulation designed to improve the results using simple extrapolation and interpolation.

    Yubo Zhang, University of California Davis
    Kwan-Liu Ma, University of California Davis

    Interactive Localized Liquid Motion Editing

    An intuitive and efficient method enabling modification on a given liquid animation sequence.

    Zherong Pan, Zhejiang University
    Jin Huang, Zhejiang University
    Yiying Tong, Michigan State University
    Changxi Zheng, Columbia University
    Hujun Bao, Zhejiang University

    Physics-based Animation of Large-scale Splashing Liquids

    In this paper, we show that a novel combination of unilateral incompressibility, mass-full FLIP, and blurred boundaries is extremely well-suited to the animation of large-scale, violent, splashing liquids

    Dan Gerszewski, University of Utah
    Adam W. Bargteil, University of Utah