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Thread: Advanced Placement for LW 11.6.2+

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    Advanced Placement for LW 11.6.2+

    "What a long strange trip it's been!"

    What began as a little experiment to see if I could get Bullet up and running within CORE has evolved into a full featured physics based Layout tool for replicating and placing items in your LW 11.6.2+ scene.

    We're still a little ways from release but we've got the website up with some more info and a neat little time-lapse workflow video of AP in action. There'll be more info and videos coming as we put the finishing touches on the site and software.

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    -Steve

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    Looks great Steve! I also like that you are not tempering the product in order to work with older versions of LW.

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    Congrats on (nearly) finishing. Looks like a really useful tool.
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    HAHA!! I LOVE IT!!!

    BRING IT ON..... !!
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    Looks like a nice product, Steve! The idea of using physics to place things is quite nice. Looking forward to play around with a demo-version when avaliable!

    My only crit is that I think the workflow video is slightly too fast when showing the usage of the tool.

    With that said... well done!!
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    Can hardly wait to buy it too!!!

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    Looks supernice! Great website too.

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    That looks like a really neat tool Steve.


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    it's going to be epic...

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    It seems like a powerful tool indeed. And nice web too.
    Salut!,
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    Fantastic tool and great looking video/render (did you used MCBruteforce GI for rendering video ?).

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    that's what one calls a good presentation! congrats for the product and how it is presented - very well done!!

    just a minor complaint: please activate that 'buy' button

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    Very good presentation and will be interested to hear more specifics about its features.

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    Very nice. Looks like a choose between Instances and Clones, as well. Are there any animation capabilities?

    PS, nice informative website. Lovely!
    Last edited by raw-m; 03-20-2014 at 11:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cageman View Post
    Looks like a nice product, Steve! The idea of using physics to place things is quite nice. Looking forward to play around with a demo-version when avaliable!

    My only crit is that I think the workflow video is slightly too fast when showing the usage of the tool.

    With that said... well done!!
    Thanks! This video was just so you could get a feel for the interactive physics based workflow. The whole session was around 1 hour in real time and we didn't want to bore you with that.

    We have videos coming for each tool and feature that will be easier to absorb.

    -Steve

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