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  1. Hey Folks, I recently heard about Yannik F.'s Q-Solver Plugin for Realflow (275$) which looks really promising for small-scale liquid-simulations (good surface tension, sheeting, etc.) In my opinion even better than some custom fusionCIS stuff). What do you guy's think about it? (There's a lot more RnD stuff on Yannik F's Vimeo-channel) Annother Example: Release-Notes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ud8qBa35r8 I'm (still) wondering if something like this is possible in Houdini. I know that Alejandro Echeverry is working on some similar stuff (http://forums.odforce.net/topic/18111-flip-smorganicsheeter-effect/) , but his tool is to my knowledge not yet finished and available for public use. Is there something similar in H? I did some small-scale stuff a few weeks ago, it turned out ok, but the results couldn't get close to the q-solver stuff - even with a surface tension microsolver attatched to my flip-solver. Some the discussion regarding my project and the topic can be found here: http://forums.odforce.net/topic/22272-how-to-emit-additional-small-droplets-from-a-water-drop-crown-splash/. I'm courious what you think!
  2. HI Did anyone know how to use those .cpp .h file? in vs always warring somehow...and i also want to put those scriot into houdini mayabe need translate to vex did anyone done this beforeļ¼Ÿ Thankyou! SPH.zip
  3. Hi Guys, I'd like to know a way to control different forces, based on some attributes. I find is very easy to control Pop Forces based on position or velocity or Cd attributes... but I want to have this control using for example Gas Turbulence or Gas Surface Tension to control my fluid... Imagine I have one liquid that is flowing along a curve and after TX > 5 it will increase surface tension and turbulence. How would you do that?
  4. This is a WIP of what I've been doing on my spare time. Hope you like it! Comments and Critics most welcome