So I bet you’re wondering what I’m doing.


Well here it is. In the studio with the guys. Drinking some tuica. Eating some studio folded pizza.

tuica.jpg p1030108.jpg

Also did this script:

select “particle1″;

string $selection[] = `ls -sl`;

float $counter = `particle -q -count $selection[0]`;

for ($i=0; $i<$counter ; $i++)
string $part = $selection[0]+”.pt[“+$i+”]”;
float $partPosA[2] = `getParticleAttr -at worldPosition $part`;

for ($x=0; $x<$counter ; $x++)
string $part = $selection[0]+”.pt[“+$x+”]”;
float $partPosB[2] = `getParticleAttr -at worldPosition $part`;

$line = `curve -d 1 -p $partPosA[0] $partPosA[1] $partPosA[2] -p $partPosB[0] $partPosB[1] $partPosB[2]`;
$length = `arclen $line`;
if ($length > 1)
delete $line;


Which draws lines between points that are closer than 2 units apart. Like this:


That’s two levels of particles each being connected only to itself.

We are trying to develop a mapping technique, on to which we want to put information from our site in Sao Paulo. This mapping system will hopefully act as a material system, similar to the resin. We are looking at issues of density, resistance, and relationships between them.

While its just a start, we only have one week of school left before the end of hte term, so I hope to have more soon, or that maybe this is enough.


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