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  1. Hello everybody... I am working on a project and stuck on one point. Need a help so bad! lol In the hip file what i tried to do: Created a almost torus shape and and needed little bevel on the edges bla bla bla... In pointvop1 i am giving jitter animation to primitives and taking the animation from the sphere1's transforms. Through the animation, prmitives jittering/animating from object and they coming back to 0 poisition when sphere get far from the object. After that, in attribwrangle3 i am deleting primitives and using only points of primitive's center points. Ok here what i try to do! In attribvop6 i triend to use few attributes and the thing i need is. When points are far from the object i need to give them noise or turbulans or something that gives them motion and when pyramid shaped get close to zero position and create and object i need them not moving and just sit the 0 poition. In sum what i tried is they should rotate while they are going to 0 poisition and when they get close they should stop and just sit and stay. If you turn normal1's display flag you can see that they are not in real order. there are gaps and normals are not correct... I really stick in this part and cant move more. If any help would be amazing life saver lol Thank you for help! Lens_polygon_test.hip
  2. Hello guys, i have a serious mesh flickering problem in my flip simulation. The timescale in the flip solver has been animated to slow down the simulation. Looking at the particles everything seems fine, but when it comes to meshing and the particles are moving really slow, the mesh starts to flicker and holes are forming and disappearing every frame. I've tried increasing the resolution, lowering the particle separation in the particle fluid surface node (or vdb from particle fluid, i've tried that as well), lowering the grid scale or the particle radius scale, the flickering changes but it never goes away. any help is greatly appreciated thanks in advance slowmoving_flip_flicker.hip
  3. I've been trying to write an expression which will hold a value and change every specified number of frames. I have a point jitter, and an animated seed so the point will change position every timestep, my goal is to have an expression where the the point will stay in the same position for 8 frames and then change position, and remain in that position for another 8 frames and so on. I've attached a very basic scene file if its any easier for you to use that, any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks! PointJitter.hip
  4. Hey everybody, I've looked all over odforce but nobody seems to be having this problem. I attached a video to show my problem but the title should be very self explanatory. https://www.dropbox.com/s/npwjl49t3p908pv/meshjitter.mov the mesh seems to be very noisy, jittery, and I was wondering if anybody knows how to solve it. The way I'm building it is VDB from particle fluid > VDb smooth sdf > VDB reshape > convert VDB. I've also tried getting rid of the smooth and reshape with no better results. The particle count is pretty high so that doesnt seem to be a problem.