Update: Cebas ThinkingParticles 7.1 Subscription Drop 1
Cebas thinkingParticles 7.1 introduces true physically-based Hyperelastic Continuum Mechanics, a first for 3ds Max.
Paraphrased from Cebas’ release announcement:
With the Release of Subscription Drop 1, thinkingParticles 7.1 introduces true physically-based Hyperelastic Continuum Mechanics. In fact, this is a first for 3ds Max.
Procedural VFX for 3ds Max – It just got Fantastic-Elastic! thinkingParticles continues to innovate and bring advanced simulation technology to 3ds Max. With the Release of Subscription Drop 1, thinkingParticles 7.1 delivers on the promise of making 3ds Max the most powerful Visual Effects Tool on the market. thinkingParticles 7.1 introduces, as a first to 3ds Max, true physically based Hyperelastic Continuum Mechanics. While its predecessor came with 2 material solvers, the new release has been expanded to include 5 more advanced Material Point Method (short: MPM) solvers. This brings the total number of MPM solvers to 7. This represents a significant addition for all 3ds Max users working in the field of creating advanced fully procedural Visual Effects.
thinkingParticles Release 7.1 also includes bug fixes, workflow enhancements, and other new features.
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