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  1. Inflate with SOP solver

    Hey all, I'm inflating spheres by using a cloth simulation and SOP solver to increase targetP by normal direction over time. That works great. My issue is, as the spheres inflate they don't react to the force of neighboring spheres pushing against them. You would expect as they push against each they move apart. Right now they act like they're balloons glued to a wall. Any tips for how I calculate the new inflation force to feed back in to the dynamics? Screenshots and .hip attached in case they're helpful to anyone. Thanks for any help! cloth_sop_inflate_01.hiplc
  2. Hey guys, sorry for the urgent title, got my second Houdini job and I have to do some R&D in the next 4 hours to the client. They want me to do something like this but in a human body: I have an idea on how to do this in Cinema 4D, but don't have much experience in dops at houdini (I guess this will be dops cloth related? The other reference client gave me is this one, I think is some FEM with constrains in parts like the foots, I might be wrong, if so, how can I add forces to fem? just dig into the autodop and add ie: wind? like popnet works? Then it will a matter of play with stifness and parameters I think Any help will be highly appreciated, I'll start doing my tests now. Thanks!
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