Lecture 4-13 Procedural Fluid Generation

Lecture 4-13 Procedural Fluid Generation - Procedural...

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Procedural fluids (1) file:///C:/stuff/content/misc/CS520/lectures/notes/lect_fluids/procedural.html 1 of 11 5/3/2009 10:39 PM We have already seen a couple of ways to generate fluids: particles blobbies Intro. Procedural fluids (1) file:///C:/stuff/content/misc/CS520/lectures/notes/lect_fluids/procedural.html 2 of 11 5/3/2009 10:39 PM Simply keyframe wave motion! In this example, wave curl is done this way (at 1:45): Keyframe wave curl. . Procedural fluids (1) file:///C:/stuff/content/misc/CS520/lectures/notes/lect_fluids/procedural.html 3 of 11 5/3/2009 10:39 PM Even simple sin() waves can be combined to produce waves, ripples, etc. waves Ocean Waves Styles and Patterns Wind energy is transferred to surface waters by frictional processes to generate surface ocean currents and waves. Oceanic waves may be approximated mathematically by a sine wave, and therefore exhibit a smooth, regular oscillation. Wave Height
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