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Old 09 September 2008   #1
ICE from scratch !

hi,
I'm trying to create ICE from scratch (i don't know if i could, just test). What i want to do is to increase the x position of an polygon object by 2 frame by frame.
How can i do it ? I have tried many way but failed !

Sound stupid right ? But just to for fun
 
Old 09 September 2008   #2
First you need to activate kinematics in ICE (it's not supported yet) with setting this
set XSI_UNSUPPORTED_ICE_KINEMATICS=1
in your setenv.bat

Then create a simulated ice tree on the object like this one:
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Old 09 September 2008   #3
Or if you want to use shape deformation, you could use

Get self.PointPosition -> Add -> Set self.PointPosition -> Simulated ICETree

In this case, it will not change the kinematic state of the object, instead applying the changes directly to position of each vertex (shape deformation).
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