Soft body dynamics is a part of computer simulation where visual motion and properties of soft bodies is studied. Soft body dynamics finds maximum application videogames and animation films. Soft body dynamics is not only used to study the simulation of clothing and fabrics but also organic materials such as muscle, fat, hair and vegetation. Real life interaction of soft body movements with their environment is important for obtaining visually realistic results. Soft body dynamics is useful for simulated hair fur and feathers, for modeling fracture and simulated organs for biomedical applications.
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Last date updated on June, 2014