Its possible to have real-time reaction diffusion happening in Cinema using the Tools 4D Topology maps plugin.
Woohoo!!! Our long wait is over!
So... What the hell is reaction diffusion?! Its a whole category of chemical reactions which are both stunningly beautiful and comprise the mechanism underlying a whole slew of exceedingly complex biological phenomena like coral growth, cellular division, zebra stripes, etc.
The process to simulate it in real-time in C4D is surprisingly simple and I can run it with just a couple of stacked effectors. This method requires a purchase of Tools 4d Topology maps. I'll bet there is a way to do it with native tools in Cinema but I haven't figured it out yet.
First off, I apologize for the sound at those 2 points. I think my wireless headphone drivers are causing my sound to break. I will fix it for next time.
This tutorial is LONG and it covers a lot of stuff. In this one we use the distance node to control align-to-spline positions as well as inputs from rotation. This tutorial also covers the basics of null based (as opposed to joint based) rigging, so it shows how to set up the hierarchy as well as how to hook it up with xpresso.
Here is Chris's Tutorial: http://greyscalegorilla.com/blog/tutorials/how-to-make-a-hydraulic-arm-in-cinema-4d-part-revisited/
Und wieder mal gab es eine Frage, die ich hiermit gerne beantworte. Diesmal wird eine organisch geformte Plastikflasche modelliert.
Viel Spaß mit dem Tutorial!
And again there was a question that I would like to answer with pleasure. This time we model an organic shaped plastic-bottle.
Much fun with this tutorial!
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