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Organica/imagine combination

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Album name:Organica2Imagine
Submitted by:billgraham  
Keywords:experimental, spline deformation, weirdness
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Posted: 2018/10/26 6:50  Updated: 2018/10/26 6:51
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/11/6
From: Germany
Posts: 397
 Re: Test combination between real image and cgi water

Well, I have finished the project and published.

The finished video for the workshop project can be found here:


The Workshop Project for the Imagine3D Stage Editor can be found here:

http://www.imagine3d.org/modules/wfdo ... glefile.php?cid=1&lid=351

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Posted: 2018/10/29 6:41  Updated: 2018/10/29 6:41
Not too shy to talk
Joined: 2012/12/16
From: Netherlands
Posts: 22
 Re: Test combination between real image and cgi water
really cool! I bet you'll find a way in Imagine to mimmick the fluid dynamics involved here like water droplets splashing around the sphere

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Posted: 2018/10/29 7:32  Updated: 2018/10/29 7:32
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/11/6
From: Germany
Posts: 397
 Re: Test combination between real image and cgi water
I had already thought of that. But then I rejected it because I wanted to make the workshop example simple. But it's not that hard. I still have an Imagine add-on program, which means "Splash Particles" ... so you can also create fluids via blobs in Imagine. The program calculates the data beforehand and these are then implemented by means of an insert function in the Stage Editor. This is almost the same as the "bake function" in Blender or 3dsMax

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