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  1. LiDAR from USGS

    First - You're awesome. Thanks for the help. I did use LASzip. I found an online LiDAR visualizer so I can see the data is there. In Houdini it is reading points. I've upload one of the las files and look through the link you posted. Thanks. ot_588000_5188000_rp.las
  2. LiDAR from USGS

    Thanks. I found a post with example files but they didn't with my data. My files are OK so not sure what's up.
  3. I need to create a model of Mount Rainier so I've down loaded some LiDAR data from the USGS. It was .laz and I converted to .Las. I import the data with the LiDAR import node. However I don't see a point cloud for me to manipulate my height field with. I feel like I need to start trouble shooting by at least verifying the .las is importing properly. I'm not great at Houdini yet so I apologise is this is basic.
  4. Learning Pyro and I have one sphere that is emitting fuel. As second sphere is emitting heat to ignite the fuel and then moving out of range, it's basically the igniter. Problem is that the fuel begins to burn and then the fire dies. I've tried increasing the fuel scale, reducing fuel inefficiency and other setting but no luck. I can't get the fuel to burn on its own. Any parameters I should be looking at? Thanks.
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