Interactive Wood Combustion for Botanical Tree Models

Sören Pirk, Michał Jarząbek, Torsten Hädrich, Dominik L. Michels, Wojciech Palubicki We present a novel method for the combustion of botanical tree models. Tree models are represented as connected particles for the branching structure and a polygonal surface mesh for the combustion. Each particle stores biological and physical attributes that drive the kinetic behavior of […]

LazyFluids: Appearance Transfer for Fluid Animations

Ondrej Jamriska, Jakub Fiser, Paul Asente, Jingwan Lu, Eli Shechtman, Daniel Sykora In this paper we present a novel approach to appearance transfer for fluid animations based on flow-guided texture synthesis. In contrast to common practice where pre-captured sets of fluid elements are combined in order to achieve desired motion and look, we bring the […]

Fluid Volume Modeling from Sparse Multi-view Images by Appearance Transfer

Makoto Okabe, Yoshinori Dobashi, Ken Anjyo, Rikio Onai We propose a method of three-dimensional (3D) modeling of volumetric fluid phenomena from sparse multi-view images (e.g., only a single-view input or a pair of front- and side-view inputs). The volume determined from such sparse inputs using previous methods appears blurry and unnatural with novel views; however, […]

The Affine Particle-In-Cell Method

Chenfanfu Jiang, Craig Schroeder, Andrew Selle, Joseph Teran, Alexey Stomakhin Hybrid Lagrangian/Eulerian simulation is commonplace in computer graphics for fluids and other materials undergoing large deformation. In these methods, particles are used to resolve transport and topological change, while a background Eulerian grid is used for computing mechanical forces and collision responses. Particle- in-Cell (PIC) techniques, particularly the Fluid […]

Baroclinic Turbulence with Varying Density and Temperature

Doyub Kim, Seung Woo Lee, Oh-young Song, Hyeong-Seok Ko The explosive or volcanic scenes in motion pictures involve complex turbulent flow as its temperature and density vary in space. To simulate this turbulent flow of an inhomogeneous fluid, we propose a simple and efficient framework. Instead of explicitly computing the complex motion of this fluid […]

Procedural Fluid Modeling of Explosion Phenomena Based on Physical Properties

Genichi Kawada, Takashi Kanai We propose a method to procedurally model the fluid flows of explosion phenomena by taking physical properties into account. Explosion flows are always quite difficult to control, because they easily disturb each other and change rapidly. With this method, the target flows are described by control paths, and the propagation flows […]

Graph-based Fire Synthesis

Yubo Zhang, Carlos Correa, Kwan-Liu Ma We present a novel graph-based data-driven technique for cost-effective fire modeling. This technique allows composing long animation sequences using a small number of short simulations. While traditional techniques such as motion graphs and motion blending work well for character motion synthesis, they cannot be trivially applied to fluids to […]

Animation of Chemically Reactive Fluids using a Hybrid Simulation Method

Chemical phenomena abound in the real world, and often comprise indispensable elements of visual effects that are routinely created in the film industry. In this paper, we present a hybrid technique for simulating chemically reactive fluids, based on the theory of chemical kinetics. Our method makes synergistic use of both Eulerian grid-based methods and Lagrangian […]

Wrinkled Flames and Cellular Patterns

“We model flames and fire using the Navier-Stokes equations combined with the level set method and jump conditions to model the reaction front. Previous works modeled the flame using a combination of propagation in the normal direction and a curvature term which leads to a level set equation that is parabolic in nature and thus […]