Collisions and Perception (2001)


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by Carol O'Sullivan , John Dingliana
Venue:ACM Transactions on Graphics
Citations:46 - 4 self

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1 Eye-movements and Interactive Graphics. – Carol O'Sullivan, John Dingliana, Sarah Howlett - 2003
35 Evaluating the Visual Fidelity of Physically Based Animations – Carol O'Sullivan, John Dingliana, Thanh Giang, Mary K. Kaiser - 2003
Perceptually-Adaptive Collision Detection for Real-time Computer Animation – unknown authors
Modeling for the Plausible Emulation of Large Worlds – Steven C. Dollins
4 Controllable and Scalable Simulation for Animation – Stephen John Chenney, Stephen John Chenney, Stephen John Chenney - 2000
3 Collision Handling for Virtual Environments – Carol O'Sullivan, John Dingliana, Fabio Ganovelli, Gareth Bradshaw - 2001
A Model of Collision Perception for Real-Time Animation – unknown authors
EUROGRAPHICS 2000 / M.Gross and F.R.A. Hopgood – Guest Editors Volume, John Dingliana - 2000
28 Graceful degradation of collision handling in physically based animation – John Dingliana - 2000
Author manuscript, published in "Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds (2008)" DOI: 10.1002/cav.245 View-Dependent Dynamics of Articulated Bodies – Sujeong Kim, Young J. Kim, Stephane Redon
35 The contribution of covert attention to the set-size and eccentricity effects in visual search – Marisa Carrasco, Yaffa Yeshurun - 1998
36 Optimization-Based Animation – Harald Schmidl - 2002
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5 A Model of Collision Perception for Real-Time Animation – Carol O'Sullivan, Ralph Radach, Steven Collins - 1999
31 Adaptive dynamics of articulated bodies – Stephane Redon, Ming C. Lin - 2005
Author manuscript, published in "ACM Transactions on Graphics (2007)" Continuous Collision Detection for Articulated Models using Taylor Models and Temporal Culling – Xinyu Zhang, Stephane Redon, Minkyoung Lee, Young J. Kim
91 Nonconvex rigid bodies with stacking – Eran Guendelman, Robert Bridson, Ronald Fedkiw
1 Fool Me Twice: Exploring and Exploiting Error Tolerance in Physics-Based Animation – Thomas Y. Yeh, Glenn Reinman, Sanjay J. Patel, Petros Faloutsos
Real vs. Approximate Collisions: When Can We Tell the Difference? Contact – John Dingliana