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Dop impact data

hello everyone.

i want to know what does these impact data means and how to find it in help, i did not find it ,such as 'otherobjid' ,what's the define of it?

Please help me guys, thanks a lot.

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On 2017/3/6 at 3:13 AM, jordibares said:

This may help you point in the right direction

 

Thanks ! But i still dont know what's the implication of the "otherobjid". O__O "…

 

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I can only guess as I am new to it that is the object ID for the object that is colliding (creating the impact)... This certainly should be material for a masterclass, get's really deep quickly and it is hard to build a mental picture of it.\

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On 2017/3/20 at 8:14 PM, jordibares said:

I can only guess as I am new to it that is the object ID for the object that is colliding (creating the impact)... This certainly should be material for a masterclass, get's really deep quickly and it is hard to build a mental picture of it.\

it's so difficult to learn..many questions... however, thank you very much!

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In my Particles Break Glue Bonds video I make use of Impact data and show how to collect it so it persists over time. Impact records are really just momentary data. I think Jordi is right, the object ID is the Id of the object you are colliding with. Although this video does not make use of it.

 

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Nice tutorial Atom... very comprehensive.... I would like to ask you if you think it would make sense use the Voronoi Fracture Points to fracture based on the impact... I have been using it and although a bit cumbersome to decipher the truth is that gave me quite an organic look to it...

Thanks again

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