Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Fluid Dynamics for CINEMA 4D
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Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by jascha » 05 Apr 2009, 21:40

Turbulence.4D is a fluid simulation and rendering plug-in for CINEMA 4D.
The simulation is based on the latest state-of-the-art methods in CG fluid simulation that produce some of the most realistic and natural results.
Here are some example animations:

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http://jawset.com/gallery/t4d/sphere_smoke.mov

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http://jawset.com/gallery/t4d/steam.mov

The plug-in is in an early beta stage, but has been quite usable for a while now.
If you're interested in testing it, i invite you to do that:
http://jawset.com/downloads.php
As of now, the plug-in is available for CINEMA 4D R11.
Builds for R10.5 and R10 will become available during the next couple of days.
Have a look at the README.txt file for further details on how to use the plug-in.

The roadmap for Turbulence.4D includes simulation of all kinds of gasesous phenomena (smoke, steam, fire, etc.) as well as liquids.
The focus is on quality and scalability, so that you can actually use high resolutions without simulation times becoming unrealistically high.

Enjoy!

UPDATE: The Mac OS X version is now also available at the link above.
UPDATE2: The 32Bit Windows version is now also available at the link above.
jascha

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by Rainer » 06 Apr 2009, 02:32

Good stuff! The best of luck to you!
Rainer

Here is a more detailed error response:
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: CINEMA 4D 64bit.exe
Application Version: 11.0.0.8
Application Timestamp: 488f3e0e
Fault Module Name: CINEMA 4D 64bit.exe
Fault Module Version: 11.0.0.8
Fault Module Timestamp: 488f3e0e
Exception Code: 40000015
Exception Offset: 000000000029493f
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 2465
Additional Information 2: ca06db1bd4199c70b75f8ad28fb9cf25
Additional Information 3: 355a
Additional Information 4: af332ec04774695beab8d30e5776f446

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by undream » 06 Apr 2009, 07:21

I just want to ask if there will be a version for c4d r11 32 bit (windows) ?

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by jascha » 06 Apr 2009, 07:39

undream wrote:I just want to ask if there will be a version for c4d r11 32 bit (windows) ?
yes, very soon
jascha

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by Ferris » 06 Apr 2009, 15:06

tutorials please

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by jascha » 06 Apr 2009, 15:51

Aye! I may manage to record a mini-tutorial soon-ish.
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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by Vincent » 08 Apr 2009, 15:13

Let me tell you that your plugin seems really fantastic. Also it's a big answer for users C4D who need fluid solution.
I will follow the evolution of this tool very closely !
Great work !
Good luck for the next ...

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by padawan » 08 Apr 2009, 15:32

Just great !
Do you will release an os x version ?

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by jascha » 08 Apr 2009, 15:35

padawan wrote:Just great !
Do you will release an os x version ?
Yes, very soon.
jascha

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Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Post by lightdog » 08 Apr 2009, 18:08

Attached is a still image from a 12MB render comparing four different MegaVoxel values.
T4D_setups_01-04_compare.jpg
T4D_setups_01-04_compare.jpg (50.8 KiB) Viewed 10070 times
Rendered on a Dell T5400 8-core (3.16GHZ/each) with 12GB RAM, Vista64.

I'll upload the movie clip as soon as I can (can't do it here due to the size).

"ST" means Simulation Time.
"RT" means Render Time.
"MV" means MegaVoxels.

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