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Simulation with particle systems [ Blender ]

Sistema de partículasThe simulation systems particles allows for complex animations of objects that respond to gravitational forces and actions such as those caused by wind or a magnetic field.

Blender engine has a particle-based numerical simulation.

Simulation smoke, clothing or fluids are treated as specialized systems have their own menus.

The simulation is calculated and stored in a cache that is dependent primarily on the number of particles and duration in frames of the simulation. The computation time in turn will be influenced by the quality or accuracy of the simulation.

The Physical animation or physics computer game is a type of programming, where would introduce the laws of physics at a simulator or game engine, particularly in 3D computer graphics. The purpose is to make the physical effects modeled objects created or have the same characteristics as in real life, given, for example, gravity, mass, friction, restitution, etc..
The physics simulation programming is only a close approximation to the actual physical (although it is very close to the physical object would actually, not as realistic than reality), and computation is developed using discrete values. There are many elements that form the components of the physical simulation.(W)

To define a particle system we access the menu “Particles”.

Menu simulacion

Menu particles

With an object selected (for example the default cube shown) proceed to add a new particle system. The button with a sign “+” define a new one with a set of core values.

Add Particle System

Add Particle System

The particle system has a name associated with it can change.

The type of particle system we select condition the set of variables that will be available on the new tabs that appear when adding a new.

In principle, the program selects a model type “Emitter”. Podremos opt for this type of the “Hair” to simulate the.

Particle System

Particle System

We will therefore two different simulation models, and associated visualization techniques in each case:

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