[Sidefx-houdini-list] Real Flow + Houdini
pbowmar at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 11:12:23 EST 2006
How well integrated was that with Houdini? Is it a command-line thing
that you dump out geometry to, then read back in "data" of some kind or
was it actually a SOP/POP? Just curious.
kevin_s at blueyonder.co.uk wrote:
> There is a fluid simulator for Houdini.
> We used it for bits of chocolate on ccf.
>>On Tuesday 14 February 2006 20:01, Andrew D Lyons wrote:
>>>I'd like to hear people's experiences using Real Flow and Houdini.
>>>Also, how Houdini compares to other options as an environment for post
>>>processing sim data - (derived from Realflow or another sim software.)
>> I'd also side with kudos on Mark Story's plugins - he kept them up and
>>great implementation(although as you likely know he's currently retired
>>from active development but AFAIK has made the source open). As a rule of
>>thumb, I'd say Houdini is a wonderful environment for massaging data of
>>kind. Extremely flexible.
>> About all I'd add on a side note is that I found the RF GUI to be an
>>in how to *not* to do an interface, it's a *very* buggy program, and is
>>ultimately very frustrating to work with. Unfortunately there's not a lot
>>off-the-shelf options out there, the results aren't bad. I'm really
>>forward to a DOPs based fluid sim. :)
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