It’s a relatively simple thing to do, but to get to edge midpoints, there’s a few context hoops to jump through:
I guess I could most of the context conflicts by putting the ICE tree on the mesh and storing the midpoints there.
And now, let’s get the midpoint of the first edge only. All the Show Values are there to prove that it works.
Brad Hiebert demos Softimage for Bill Gates, back in 1995
Demo reel and testimonials for XSI 1.5
Testimonials from Janimation, Giant Studios, Pixel Liberation Front, Aldis Animation, and Giant Killer Robots.
Word cloud for the “Your TOP 5” thread on the Softimage mailing list
As Arnold standins…
The Arnold procedural node can load Arnold Scene Source (ASS), Wavefront Obj (OBJ, OBJ.GZ), and Stanford Geometry (PLY), as well as DLLs/SOs.
The swirl is a PLY file I downloaded from http://www.3dvia.com/
Get Closest Location on self, in a cluster
Softimage Tip: Selecting Components by Projection Selection
by Studio Gohde
emTools 1.93 – New Stuff and Liquid Particle Shaper
And here’s a few unposted ones from the previous weeks:
Volume of a grid
Rendering Golaem crowds with Arnold and Softimage
Up until late 2008, Softimage wasn’t the name of a software product. It was a company with its own unique history, culture, and mythology. For many of us who worked there, it was a special time and place, and a lot of it happened in this building in Montreal.
None, not for the render farm itself. You just need Arnold licenses for the render nodes. You need Softimage licenses for artist workstations; on the render nodes, you’ll be using xsibatch -processing -render to render (and -processing doesn’t take a Batch license for third-party renderers).
You wouldn’t need Maya Batch licenses for Arnold render nodes either. The Maya render/mayabatch command line tools won’t take a Batch license for third-party renderers either.
Take a default 8×8 grid. Extrude one polygon four units. Extrude four adjacent polys two units. Add an Attribute display property for the Volume.
A short clip from a Sumatra (codename) product demo at SIGGRAPH 2000
Looks like MarkS to me