WebGPU Cloth Simulation is in GitHub

I just released the cloth simulation code and I feel the need to tell the world.

Keywords: position based dynamics, cloth simulation, lagrange, physics, computer graphics, tutorial, webgpu

By Carmen Cincotti  

For the past few weeks, I’ve been promising you a WebGPU cloth simulation. Today I just wanted to make the official announcement that I just released the code on GitHub!

You can view the code here

WebGPU Cloth simulation example

The code in this repo is all accompanied by a tutorial in this blog. I thank you for your patience because to make a post and code every week is not so simple to do.

Anyway, I just wanted to make the announcement and I hope you keep following me as we continue to finish this project.

Next steps

I would like to start working on collisions (self-collisions and collisions with external objects). Moreover, I would also like to explore the effects of damping.

We also need a better UI. I want to create a full scene with lots of objects that can collide with our cloth.

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