High controllability and automaticity for physically-based animation of brachiation
Date of Issue2006
School of Computer Engineering
Brachiation is a sequence of fascinating and sophisticated movements employed by primates to use alternating bimanual support to swing beneath one overhead hold to another by applying appropriate forces and torques. In nature, there are many kinds of species of primate that can perform various varieties of brachiations, the most famous experts are Hylobates, a family of primate, which contains two categories: siamangs and gibbons. The control methodology of brachiation has not been explored in the scope of computer animation, especially in physically based computer animation control.
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