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Old 02-08-2007, 12:17 PM   #1
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Natural flow to form a geometry

Hi,

I'm trying to create a Pflow system that will form a geometry .
The particles/autumn leaves are laying on the ground when a passing car air turbulence lift's them off the ground. At that stage I'm doing on a Find target test with a big distance & no speed which goes to another Find Target with speed which moves the particles to the geometry.


Here are some clips for the kind of look I'm after:
http://www.toxic.no/php/vis_film.php?id=54
http://www.toxic.no/php/vis_film.php?id=57

The clip will have some camera move & tracking so that part of the effect will also be by the alignment of the geometry to the Camera Axis at the "decisive moment".
Similar to these Channel 4 clips:


http://idents.tv/blog/?p=272



I have no problem achieving it with a Find Target test, however, the flow doesn't look so realistic.



Any ideas ?

Thanks
Eran
 
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