[Bf-committers] Triangle as MetaElem primitive
Sun, 22 Feb 2004 12:34:46 +0100
I'm really sorry, that I was so long out, but I had to do some exams in
I implemented MetaElem Triangle, which can be base for "mesh directing
structure" (directing structure in my devel version is not mesh! it is
my own directing structure). You can see some captured video of triangle
MetaElem from my devel version:
Captured video of sharing one MetaPoint between two MetaTubes:
Some picture from benchmark (AMD 800MHz, 256MB RAM):
My new proposal is to have only three base MetaElems:
"Mesh as directing structure"
advantages: RVK animation, "Armature animation", etc.
- remove nasty bumbs, when MetaMoint/MetaEdge is shared
- "mesh as directing structure" of MetaElems/Metaballs
Sorry for my english
From meetig minutes (8.2.2004):
- Jiri presented a MBall proposal:
At first sight reactions were positive, but the implications of doing
this arose some questions. Ton proposed Jiri to look at alternative
strategies, for example using Mesh as input for MetaBall polygonize().
That you have RVK keyframe and transform() functions working at once.