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Random link of interest

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9 hours ago, Alexey Vanzhula said:

Alexey Vanzhula Could you please create your own topic for Flux in forum. I think will be more interesting your topic like was made BulletSop. All information and video will be in one place and it will be more useful. This topic for Random links of interest. Thank you for understanding!

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[SIGGRAPH 2017] Anisotropic Elastoplasticity for Cloth, Knit and Hair Frictional Contact

 

 

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13 hours ago, notawhale said:

Alexey Vanzhula Could you please create your own topic for Flux in forum. I think will be more interesting your topic like was made BulletSop. All information and video will be in one place and it will be more useful. This topic for Random links of interest. Thank you for understanding!

Sure. I'll create separate topic

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found this on two minute papers, nice to see John Lynch in the acknowledgements!

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What the...

I almost fell out of my chair laughing at this one (not my video).

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4 hours ago, lukeiamyourfather said:

What the...

I almost fell out of my chair laughing at this one (not my video).

I tried to understand the file(s)...but not smart enough to decipher everything yet...but look at 1:40...all the front gears/shafts are  in sync, rotating nicely...there's no drastic change in speed...so why by 1:50 the front gears/shafts (top 2) are out of whack ? (don't think it's wheel rotation 'illusion' cos it's not that fast and...pretty sure there's no drastic change in speed)

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The Houdini node view explained - what it really is all about:

 

Unbelievable :-)

Cheers,

Tom

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