An Improved 3D Page Turning Simulation Method Based on Mass-Spring System
Abstract: Page turning is a common action that happens when people are reading real book. Although com-puter graphics circle has already proposed many page turning simulation methods, most of them focus on 2D simulation on mobile devices. On the other hand, proposed methods have difficulties in producing both fast and physically authentic simulation effect. In this paper, we make three major improvements on classic Mass-Spring System: synchronization, interpolation and key frame. Our new simulation method can produce natural, physically authentic, and fast page turning simulation effect.
文章引用: 上官湖源 , 曾 亮 (2014) 基于质点弹簧模型的三维纸张翻页效果仿真改进方法。 软件工程与应用， 3， 172-179. doi: 10.12677/SEA.2014.36020
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