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Old 07-09-2013, 08:36 AM   #1
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Probleme: Combining TP with Softbody

Hi everyone,

I am recently concerned with a way to combine TP with softbodys as i want the particles being reflected by a deflector but getting deformed in the way of normal softbodys.
Therefore i gave the deflector a collider tag and used the cloner object to give my particles a certain geometry. Then i attached a softbody tag to this geometry.
Then i checked the softbodytag , went to "forces" and set up the parameter "follow position".
The softbody geometry was now following the particles, got reflected and deformed just as pleased but only at first glance.
Having a closer look at its movements the geometry seems to "tremble" around the particle and i have no idea why or how it can be fixed.
I have searched for tutorials dealing with the problem but didnīt find anything useful.

Thanks in advance for any advice or easier way
 
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