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Stanford Bunny: Neohookean elastic model (video)

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Stanford Bunny : Neohookean Elastic Model was posted to YouTube by captinnod, along with the following notes:

Stanford bunny meshed using OMG and simulated as a neohookean (nonlinear) elastic material under gravity. Physics modeled using salmon (Neinhyus) and using VTK as a front-end for visualsation. Note the better response to large deformations (unlike linear elasticity). See linear elastic example here:

Here's the Stanford Bunny: Linear Elastic Model video.

This was last updated in January 2007
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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