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Random link of interest

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How Blizzard created the new Cataclysm intro

There is a behind the scenes where you can see a few glimpses of Houdini being used in particles and fractures simulations.

LINK CG Channel

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I stumbled upon: http://www.vimeo.com/19819283 just a couple of minutes ago and i think it is interesting to see the behaviour of water filmed with such a high framerate. This might come in handy as a reference one day.

Just wanted to share it with you guys.

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I shall merge this into the random link of interest thread!

Edited by Marc

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Mix vectors, planes and volumes, elements from any dimension! Find intersections, perform geometric miracles!

...[generating not only a]... linear and multilinear algebra, but also vector and tensor algebra, screw algebra, the complex numbers, quaternions, octonions, Clifford algebra, and Pauli and Dirac algebra.


Here then is a geometric calculus par excellence. We hope you enjoy exploring it.

Wait no longer, forget the old vector algebra, use Grassmann algebra!*


*at your own peril

Edited by Macha
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