Edwin Braun, CEO and co-founder of cebas Visual Technology is taking thinkingParticles Webinar : Powerful Gas, Smoke and Compressible Fluids Effects. It will cover all new features of tParticles 6 for various creative visual effects.
cebas Visual Technology is a leading name in the field of Animation and VFX. Their flagship product thinkingParticles or tParticles is widely used for simulation effects and real world destruction. It’s advanced physics based particle effects are fully procedural and accurate. With tParticles 6.2, it is advancing in the fields of fully procedural fluid dynamics and soft body simulations. It has entered in the realm of multi physics. It means the FX artist is free to combine several simulations at once including fluid dynamics, soft bodies and rigid bodies in various actions. Edwin Braun will also unveil thinkingParticles 6.2 Direct Pipeline Rendering which can render particles as volumetric effects. It is not given in 3ds Max.
tParticles 6.2 is compatible with 3ds Max 2014, 3ds Max 2015, 3ds Max 2016, 3ds Max Design 2014 and 3ds Max Design 2015.
New features of thinkingParticles 6.2 :
- Upgraded Physics Solver. For all future versions, it will work as multi physics integrated solution
- Dedicated Fluid Simulation System
- Advanced Smoke Fluid Solver
- Inter changeable mesh for complex soft body dynamics
- Rigid body dynamics and fluid simulation in procedural formation
- Very smooth and perfected object animation
- Heat, temperature, pressure, distance operators as per accurate Physics parameters and norms
Enjoy the mind blowing effects which are possible by thinkingParticles latest version :
The details of the thinkingParticles webinar are as follows :
Software version : thinkingParticles 6.2 — 1 Year Subscription License update
Presenter : Edwin Braun, CEO and co-founder of cebas Visual Technology
Date : 14th October, Wednesday 2015
Time : 11 am PDT
Venue : Online
Who should attend : Student of VFX, Animators, Game Cinematic Designers, Professional Film FX Artists
Duration : 1 hour with Q and A session
Check out the official page of thinkingParticles 6.2 for more details.