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Analytical Foam

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Analytical-Foam

As position based simulation techniques are very fast theses days, it is possible to use them to confrom intersecting spheres to each other, to model foam. Nevertheless there are other possibilities, too.

Polyfolding – Part 1

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Polyfolding-Part-1

This is the first part of a two part tutorial. Part two will be available soon. Polyfolding is an interesting effect where you split up an object to individual bands and make them curl up. It can be used to disintegrate an object or make it appear from nothing. To achieve the curling behaviour some matrix math is needed. All primitives are treated like individual objects, with their own distinct transfomation matrix attached. Then, they […]

TD Essentials: Parallel Transport

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TD-Essentials-Parallel-Transport

CCurve framing is important for a lot of things, like trajectories, creating geometry from curves or aligning copied geometry to curves. In this tutorial Manuel implements the parallel transport algorithm that transports an initial normal vector along a curve to create a smoothly varying frame. But be warned. This video is very VEX heavy.