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    James Conkle
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  1. Houdini.School | Attributes

    Looks like a great presentation! So many good Houdini School courses.
  2. Solved - Using sphere to contain POPs

    Thank you both! I definitely wouldn't have figured that out and my google fu wasn't turning anything up, but both of those work! Wouldn't have guessed the boolean option, and I knew there was a check box I was missing and totally would've blanked on the Invert Sign - the tool tip talk of laser scanning which I found odd as I have no experience with that.
  3. Solved - Using sphere to contain POPs

    Hi Everyone, I'm working through Stop Being Afraid of Houdini, by Mograph.com, and in the POPs section I created some particles and would like to contain them inside a sphere. I've made a polygon sphere, extruded it and made it a Static Collider and the particles seem to teleport outside the sphere and collide with the outside of the sphere (I then tried inverting normals but that didn't work). I'm sure it's a simple fix but I'm very new to Houdini and not sure where to go with solving this. Also, what's a good way to either hide or ghost the sphere once inside the DOP network? I've attached my scene here, I apologies it it's not organized correctly. Thank you! POPs_in_sphere-help.hiplc