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The poster illustrates our research on combining data-driven and simulation-driven 3D surface modeling to a hybrid body shape model and synthesizing the skin surface from simulated biomechanical data. We showed preliminary results of our model of an elbow flexion motion with separate biceps and triceps muscle bulging that exhibits believable muscular deformation effects on the skin surface while enabling singular control over specific muscle regions. Our model is separately controllable in shape and pose and extensible to a wider range of human body shapes, joint motion and muscle regions.
The conference, which was being held from 5-7 June 2017 in Brisbane, Australia, unites researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, experimenters, artists and content creators in a dynamic learning environment. It also focuses on recent trends in interactive 3D graphics, information integration and usability in the wide range of Web3D applications from mobile devices to high-end immersive environments. Keynote speakers included Blair MacIntyre (Principal Research Scientist, Mozilla, and Professor of Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech) and Neil Trevett (President, Khronos Group).
This year's conference has been accompanied by a VR Hackathon, where participants could develope 3D applications with focus on virtual reality and immersive environments.
On May, 2nd 2017, the Dresden Transport Museum opened its new permanent exhibition "Cast off!" about seafaring. Once again the Drematrix group was asked to create an interactive installation for the exhibition.
At the regatta, the visitor is placed in the position of a constructor and can design his own ships and launch them on different routes.
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