Anisotropic Elastoplasticity for Cloth, Knit and Hair Frictional Contact
Chenfanfu Jiang, University of Pennsylvania & Jixie Effects inc.
Theodore Gast, University of California, Los Angeles & Jixie Effects inc.
Joseph Teran, University of California, Los Angeles & Jixie Effects inc.
In this anisotropic constitutive model for simulating cloth, knit, and hair frictional contact, the model is discretized with the Material Point Method and a novel update of the deformation gradient. Collision-intensive scenarios with up to one million degrees of freedom run in less than 30 seconds per frame.