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  1. Parent Constraint

    Hi , If i have two object , "Obj A" and "Obj B". for eg - Obj A have animated tranlate , rotation and scale values and its moving from grid postion 0 to 50. I want to parent Obj B with Obj A, but only Translate , nither rotate nor scale. Is it possible?? or what is trick to do that pls help.
  2. Hey all, Apologize in advance for the noobiness, but this must be the right place where to ask. I'm trying to instance more than one Spotlight to a deforming geometry. What I've done so far was scattering points over a mocap and riveting a spotlight on a single point. My question is: Is it possible to procedurally instancing spotlights on every single point, possibly following the normals of the deforming geo? Might sound a tricky question so that's my .hip file attached {{ dnw5.hip }} Much love
  3. rivet in chosen axes

    This should be extremely simple (as it would be in Maya), but I can't figure out how to parent constrain one object to another but only constraint certain axes, i.e. the x and z but not the y. I need to constrain something to an fbx with animation so I was using a rivet but I can't see many controls.. In Maya I could create a point constraint (which seems to be the equivalent of a rivet) and select the axes. Surely this is simple in Houdini? Cheers, Mike
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