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Posted 3/20/2013 5:30:46 AM


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Hi iCloners,

This year Reallusion will showcase iClone Facial Animation at booth #2031. Let’s have a sneak peek at this!

GDC 2013 venue: the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA



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Posted 3/20/2013 3:28:31 PM
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Thanks for this!
I've registered and will see you guys at the conference.
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Did anyone go there and provide a report?


  

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Posted 5/25/2013 6:27:23 AM


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I couldnt go! The No. 8 Bus from Bournemouth UK didnt quite reach San Francisco CA But I tried.
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Posted 5/25/2013 11:37:18 AM
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I went. It was a lot of fun. I got to meet some of the devs, and Kai from the tutorial vids.
I did ask for one particular item, which I've not yet heard back from RL about..

I have need for particle "gravity" effects for an educational science app I'm creating.
Specifically, I need to model asteroid fields and gravity attraction/bounce realistically.
This is to show how "dust-bunnies" form from small particles, and loosely-packed rocks
from aggregate dust bunnies, and asteroids from the small rocks, etc.. up to star formation.
The current gravity system only works UP / DOWN and there is no provision for SIDEWAYS
gravity attraction/motion or sideways bounce using the particle system.

To be clear, what I really want is for each object to have its own micro-gravity; And for
interaction between such objects to be natural and realistic. I think this would be very
useful for a variety of space simulations.

RL did promise to get back to me on this, but I've not received any email yet.
Perhaps someone from RL will respond to that need here on this forum? I'd sure appreciate that.

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