[Sidefx-houdini-list] Ocean surface with flip sim

Dominik Kirouac dk at shedmtl.com
Mon Jun 2 07:27:38 EDT 2014

Hi Francois,

If you want to be part of it, I started a thread on odforce recently 
about that( 
That would be nice to get some people chip in too and share what they 
found or some tips. I can share my latest hip with you if you want. It's 
just 2 days of Rnd and I'm not sure I'll continu that way using vdb to 
merge the 2 surfaces because it's to expansive in term of computing.

A question for Nick Nimble, Will you give hou211 in the next session 
too. I'm interested to follow it and check your technique?

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On 06/01/2014 10:02 PM, François Duchesneau wrote:
> Hello,
> I've started to work on a project involving a boat in the middle of an 
> ocean. I've seen the shelf tool allows you to have the flip simulation 
> match the procedural ocean surface but the renders of each one look 
> different. I can adjust the color probably but what I'm missing is the 
> foam generated by the ocean surface setup, this is not part of the 
> flip simulation.
> Any suggestion on how to blend these two together? I thought about 
> adding an alpha attribute on the flip water. Everything that is above 
> the ocean surface would be one and 0 below with some blending to make 
> that smooth but I wonder if there are better solutions.
> Also if anyone has recommendations on the scale of the scene for the 
> flip fluid that'd be nice. In other words, should I keep  the boat not 
> too big or not too small or it doesn't matter at all?
> Thanks
> Francois
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