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Material Manipulation Using the Leap Motion. Thinh Nguyen. Osaka University. July 24, 2013. Current Progress. Skewed geometry inwards using raycasted techniques, runtime quite slow with >5 rays.

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Thinh nguyen

Material Manipulation Using the Leap Motion

Thinh Nguyen

Osaka University

July 24, 2013

Current progress
Current Progress

  • Skewed geometry inwards using raycasted techniques, runtime quite slow with >5 rays.

  • Worked on coupling adjacent face surfaces (nearby neighbor faces of the mesh also getting gradual changes and not just the one the raycaster selected).

  • Optimizations to rendering loop when finger objects are too far away from mesh object

Current progress continued
Current Progress Continued.

  • Geometry moves both inward and outward now.

  • Slight bug when moving inwards too fast, once raycaster is already past the surface mesh the raycasted technique does not work anymore until the finger ray is outside again.

  • Read a variety of VR sculpting papers to see what types of techniques and problems they were having.

Next week
Next Week

  • Come up with a way to actually add/subtract vertices to the existing mesh.

  • Finish up coding the face coupling in the mesh class. Solve the “Finger moving in the mesh too fast” problem.

  • Work on camera rotations and movements to work with mesh manipulation.

Local coffee shop she gave us a bunch of free stuff
Local coffee shop(she gave us a bunch of free stuff!)

Special thanks to
Special Thanks to:

  • Jurgen Schulze – UCSD Mentor

  • Kiyoshi Kiwokawa – Osaka Mentor

  • Gabriele Wienhausen, Peter Arzberger, Teri Simas, Jason Haga, Prime Staff

  • LedellFamily