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Thanks 😃🙏✌️
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Kuldeep Singh Oct 11
Replying to @chrisprenn
Okay. You can use Copy Object Data node with Object Instancer node to make a "scene setup", and use Get Random List Elements to randomize the objects,
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Víctor Doval Oct 8
New upgrade in now refactored in many nodes with a lot of new possibilities and better performance. Force Chain Control, Vector Fields, Timed Force, Align Force, Angle Force, Volume or Surface Boundaries, Scipy+Cython collision...
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Kuldeep Singh Oct 9
Replying to @chrisprenn
Initial (old version of AN) the Object Instancer could go into loops. But, it caused some problems, like to keep track of objects. So, that is why it does not goto into loops/groups. I think control execution is not possible. Can you please elaborate on "scene setup subprogram"?
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Bbbn19 Oct 7
I think I broke the shader...
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Kuldeep Singh Oct 5
Official blender build does not come with SciPy, so you have to install SciPy
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Kuldeep Singh Oct 5
Replying to @GioakG
Here is code for relaxation points You can download the build of AN+EN from
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Kuldeep Singh Oct 5
Omar, it is not based on the Lloyd's algorithm, it is rather a simple algorithm to relax the points and it has some issues. I'll look into the Lloyd's algorithm.
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 26
Hi :) Here is the thread link:
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 20
Hi. Thanks, I'll create a forum.
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 20
Replying to @BoneStudioAnim
Thanks. That is the plan :)
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 20
Replying to @BlenderToday
Hi. Surely, I'll make the patch😀 Actually, this is the very first version of the add-on and has few bugs that need to be fixed.
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 20
I have created the 👉Align Nodes👈 addon for Blender. This addon allows to organized node-tree in any node-editor e.g., Animation Nodes, Shader Nodes, Sverchok Nodes, etc 🙂🙏✌️ Full tutorial and Link:
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bluefox creation Sep 16
Testing out Animation Nodes Template Addon. We can now download nodetrees in with a click. There is also option for submiting your own node tree to community. Thank you for making this addon. Download beta:
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 18
Replying to @msurguy @plotterfiles
You're welcome :)
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 16
Replying to @faaaaarck
Hi :) Here is the node-tree, when it is ON then it will clear the cache of the node when AN execute
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 16
Replying to @EVOLVED2020
Sorry for the late reply. Yes, it is very easy to do in Animation Nodes
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 10
Replying to @chrisprenn
Okay.
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 9
Replying to @chrisprenn
Hi. I do not think it is a bug. How many objects are you using? I have tested Set Keyframes for 500 cubes, it takes average time per frame ~ 40ms. However, in comparison with Alembic, it is slow.
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Kuldeep Singh Sep 8
Replying to @RandomBlendings
Hi. Can please specify/mark the last point you are talking about?
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