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  08 August 2012
Unhappy nparticles and nurbs surface

I need to have nparticles colliding with nurbs but this doesn't seems to work as no nrigid are created.
Do nparticles support nurbs as collider, I tried different things and it doesn't work if I replace with a polygon object then I have a nrigid.
My nubs are a plane the other one a loft surface.
Can someone let me know what's going on.
  08 August 2012
Wait, you said it doesn't work with polys either.
That is not standard functionality!

My suggestion would be to duplicate your Nurbs, convert to polys and delete history for your collision objects. There should be no reason this wont work.
Fingers crossed.
  08 August 2012
Yes it works with poly that wasn't the problem, my problem is that one of my object has to be a nurbs has it follows the shape of the ocean shader and I wanted to collide my particle with it and I can't transform this one into poly as my script which make the displacement won't poly but anyway, I have make it worked differently.
Thank for answering.
Just don't get why nParticles don't work with nurbs?
  08 August 2012
Ahh, I understand now.
Glad you got it worked out.
How did you do it?
  08 August 2012
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