Scrip bubble operator

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  03 March 2005
Scrip bubble operator

Does anybody have a scritp operator that make particles behave with bubble motion?

I really need that, thank you, i appreciate your help.
  03 March 2005

  03 March 2005
im not sure if this would help with something like a bubble motion...

there isnt any special mathematical formula used... just the motion from a noise controller + particle motion..

on ChannelsUsed pCont do
pcont.useTM = true
pcont.usePosition = true
on Init pCont do 
global objArray = $plane* as array --your array of objects
on Proceed pCont do 
count = pCont.NumParticles()
for i in 1 to count do
pCont.particleIndex = i 
objPos = pcont.particlePosition
objScale = objArray[i].scale
objArray[i].transform = pCont.particleTM
objArray[i].pos.controller[1].pos = objPos
objArray[i].scale = objScale 
on Release pCont do 

the downside is, you'll need objects to act as particles.. these objects will have noise controllers applied to them..
(well.. i guess i just made things a little more complicated. heheh)

just my two centavos

Last edited by galagast : 03 March 2005 at 03:41 AM.
  03 March 2005
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