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  1. I'm working on a POP simulation for a rainy window and I've set up the simulation so that source particles (in yellow) fall with erratic motion due to a varying POP Wind force and Gravity force, emitting a stream of particles behind them (in green) as they fall using POP replicate. The emitted particles are stopped immediately after emission (using the stopped attribute in a POP wrangle). The issue is that as soon as the POP replicate is activated (at frame 200 in the video), the erratic motion of the source particles is lost and they travel more slowly in straight diagonal lines (as the trails of the emitted particles show). I believe that the POP interact node is causing this as the source particles are being attracted to the stationary emitted particles, slowing them down. But what I don't understand is that the POP interact and replicate are in separate particle streams so the emitted particles shouldn't have any effect on the source particles. I've attached a hip file along with a video illustrating the change in motion when POP Replicate is activated. Any help would be much appreciated as I'm pretty stuck on this! Thanks Houdini_POP_Replicate_Question.mp4 POP Replicate Issue.hip
  2. I'm currently working on a POP netowork to simulate raindrops on a window, and am trying to isolate the original particles from which the trails (in red) are emitted as per an emit attribute using the POP replicate node, so that I can selecting apply a POP interact force to them. However, I'm really struggling to find a way to isolate those points. I couldnt find any reference to the original points within the POP replicate node, apart from the fact that their ID is added to the sourceptnum attribute. Am I missing an obvious solution? Thanks
  3. I'm attempting to create a polygon ribbons out of multiple streams of particles emitting from points moving around on a surface. I've been having a lot of trouble sectioning the streams into separate groups, so that I can use the add node to add polygons down the chain of particles. I'm not even sure if this is the best way to go about it. I'm using a popnet to create the points moving around the surface of a sphere, which I'm then plugging into another Popnet to emit the streams of particles. In the 'pop_trailsCreation' popnet, I have my emission type set to points. Does someone have a clue how I can create a polygon ribbon / tube moving down each separate stream of Particles? I've been trying to separate each stream based on the @id of each source_point, but I've had no luck in achieving that. Many thanks!!
  4. Very simple scene was made in Houdini. Rendered by mantra Scene by link dropbox.com/s/znam9x90lprlwy5/LIGHT_mushrooms.hip?dl=0
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