Tutorial - Magnetic 3D Rigidbody Simulation (Episode 3) | EDSTUDIOS
Using 3ds Max, Particle Flow, and Element3D, we create a procedural 3D rigidbody simulation. The particles in pflow are magnetic and have real time collisions and can be easily swapped out with any 3D models. The rendering is done is real time within After Effects, using Element 3D. It's great for building 3D motion graphics animations.
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Tutorial – Magnetic 3D Rigidbody Simulation (Episode 3)

Tutorial – Magnetic 3D Rigidbody Simulation (Episode 3)

Using 3ds Max, Particle Flow, and Element3D, we create a procedural magnetic 3D rigidbody simulation. The particles in pflow are magnetic and have real time collisions and can be easily swapped out with any 3D models. The rendering is done is real time within After Effects, using Element 3D. It’s great for building 3D motion graphics animations.

Download the script used in the tutorial here:
http://edstudios.ca/download/exportobjseq.ms