Pervasive simulation and visualization with resource- and time-constraints (PerSiVal)

PN 7-1 (II)

Project description

Pervasive simulation envisions people making use of simulation technology anytime, anywhere. Contributing to this, the overarching goal of this project is to enable the visualization of complex biomechanical simulations directly on the body of a person observed in a virtual or augmented reality (VR/AR) setup. The focus of the first phase of project PerSiVal was to establish the necessary conceptual and methodological foundations. As a proof-of-concept a three-dimensional, continuum-mechanical upper-arm model was optimized using machine learning techniques, surrogate modeling, and distributing computations to different systems while keeping any loss of accuracy to a minimum. In the next phase of project PerSiVal we will build upon this and significantly widen our scope and increase the complexity of our work. Beyond simulating upper arm muscles and visualizing them on a real body, we will specifically utilize VR and haptic feedback technologies for an immersive "beyond reality" experience. Extended biomechanical models, model ensembles, and the live integration of experimental data, as well as concepts for a distributed and adaptive pervasive computing systems with multiple devices will contribute toward this.

Project information

Project title Pervasive simulation and visualization with resource- and time-constraints (PerSiVal)
Project leaders Oliver Röhrle, Michael Sedlmair, Christian Becker (Frank Dürr)
Project staff Michael Schramm, doctoral researcher
David Rosin, doctoral researcher
Xingyao Yu, doctoral researcher
Project duration September 2022 - March 2025
Project number PN 7-1(II)

Publications PN 7-1 and PN 7-1 (II)

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