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Domino effect with rigid body+curve


seemon2 writes:

HI .. I am a newbie in Blender and love to use Blender to expand my interest in 3D further.

I am starting with this simple documentation type of instruction based video.

It is adapted from tutorial by Andy Bay on "Rendering Stereoscopic 360 footage with EEVEE" where he uses a simple Domino effect to illustrate this Stereoscopic 360 video clip.

The problem is the rendering took extremely long time on my low end computer to render just 1 frame .. so I give up. Instead I adapted the Domino effect and applied to it this "rigid body", "array" modifier and curve path to create another pattern just for fun.

New learning for me is this nice "Domino Effect" using knowledge I already acquired on physics=Rigid body on how to set 1st object animate to fall and then activate all subsequent objects to fall (thus Domino effect).

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seemon zhang

Hi .. My hobby now is video editing and 3D related scene making. I had started this just about 7 months now on Blender and hope to contribute a little of what I learnt from this vast community as a return to what I had learn on those great and free tutorial around Blender use. I have a you tube video site that post everything (almost everything) I had learnt on these .. but had only started to make simple instruction based tutorial 2 weeks ago. Appreciate feedback how I can make my tutorial easier to follow as it is not the same with other much better online tutorial. My youtube site: Hope to continue to contribute where time permits .. as I am still working.

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