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hey! I'm doing a water surface using the ocean tool under H16.5 and it's all good so far, now I want to intriduce a little wake in the deformed surface. I'm not using the displacement pipeline so I have the actual geo that I can bake and then apply the wake. is the ripple solver the right way to go? I'm struggling to combine the two effect and to apply the ripple solver on a moving object...any idea?
Hello, I have a ripple sim created with a sphere moving through a grid and the points deforming based on the velocity transferred to said grid. What I am trying to do is isolate the geometry based on where there are ripples via colour then as the rippled geo begins to settle back into what it was originally have that colour fade back to black. I'm halfway there I think. I was able to isolate the rippling parts of my grid by using a facet to compute its normals and then a point SOP to add colour based on the normal in it's Y (@N.y < 1). I was thinking of trying to use a vop or another point sop to make it so when the normal is between x and y multiply the color by 0.95 to get it to fade over time but was wondering what other ways I could try to do this. Cheers, JP ripple_example_1.hipnc
Hi! I wonder if it's possible to use the ripple solver, either before or after meshing a flip sim, to get extra details on the surface. I've tried to transfer the fluid surface mesh positions to a grid, so the geometry stays constant, without much success. I've looked some other threads but all the examples uses a static geometry. Any idea? Thanks!