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Using Lagoa in Softimage

Course Summary

In this series of lessons, we will learn how to use the Lagoa Multiphysics system in Softimage to create appealing dynamics simulations. Software required: Softimage 2011 Subscription Advantage Pack and up.

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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction and Project Overview
    - 1m 36s

    —Introduction and Project Overview 1m 36s
    Using Lagoa in Softimage
    - 2h 15m

    —Creating Lagoa Simulations and Using Groups for Multiple Objects 6m 29s
    —Understanding the Four Basic Parts of a Lagoa Simulation 7m 25s
    —Increasing Accuracy Using Sub-steps and Resolution to Sub-steps 10m 12s
    —Changing the Forces Effecting Our Particles 7m 50s
    —Using Various Lagoa Material Presets 9m 1s
    —Breaking Down the Main Material - Pressure 10m 6s
    —Breaking Down the Main Material - Viscosity 4m 59s
    —Breaking Down the Main Material - Inelastic 8m 26s
    —Breaking Down the Main Material - Elastics 10m 34s
    —Caching Our Lagoa Simulation for Real-time Playback 7m 38s
    —Viewing an ICE Cache as It Simulates in Softimage 7m 6s
    —Using Polygonizer to Create Surfaces from Point Clouds 7m 58s
    —Caching Our Polygonizer Surface for Faster Rendering 5m 14s
    —Using the Lagoa Fluid Shaper for Greater Realism 8m 2s
    —Using Cached Sim Post Effects to Add Bubbles in Liquid 9m 50s
    —Changing Our Material into a Breakable Object 14m 44s

Course Fee:
USD 29

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1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Telecommunications Community

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