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Old 07-19-2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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Can i apply dynamics and collisions to strands emmited from particles?

Hi guys.

I'm with another problem now, i'm not being able to apply dynamics to some strands i'm creating from some particles, the idea behind that is to create some tubes.

Let's say i have 5 particles falling into the floor, i want those particles to generate a strand, and apply some physics so i can create a similar effect to this:

As you can see those tubes reacts between each other like some kind of noodles, that's the effect i want to achieve.

Thanks people!

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