UCloth: A Unity-Powered Cloth Simulator for VR

The demo version of the simulator is already available for download.

Check out UCloth, a mind-blowing cloth simulator for virtual reality developed by 3D Artist and Programmer Matusson using Burst and Jobs system in Unity. According to the developer, the simulator features basic collision detection with primitives, self-collision, procedural thickness, and a vast array of tweakable parameters and can run on both PCVR and Quest 2.

"You can play with two types of cloth – the gray one simulates more standard materials, while the darker, brown one attempts to simulate leather-like materials," comments the author. "Pinching with triggers grabs a specific part of the cloth, allowing precise manipulation, while grip buttons will grab a large part surrounding your controllers."

The WiP demo version of the simulator has already been released by Matusson, with the goal being to "showcase the system and how it can enhance immersion in VR games". You can learn more and download the demo version of UCloth for free by clicking this link.

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