Speaker: Leigh McLoughlin
Title: Cloud and Weather Simulation for Computer Graphics
Date: Wednesday 18th February 2015
Room: P335, Poole House, Talbot Campus
In this talk I will discuss my work on cloud simulation for computer graphics. This work was designed to provide a means of simulating clouds and weather features, such as rain, using desktop graphics hardware. This involves elements of meteorology, numerical weather simulation and computational fluid dynamics, taken from the sciences and adapted to meet the more artistic requirements of computer graphics in which an element of control is required and the laws of physics may be wilfully disobeyed. The result is a lightweight physically-inspired cloud simulation scheme, capable of emulating the dynamic properties of cloud formation and weather effects.
We hope to see you there.