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Nodes

This is the Notch node reference. Notch node types: Cameras: Cameras define the point of view, perspective and aspect from which the scene is rendered. Cloning: Cloners instantiate multiple copies of geometry nodes – such as 3D Objects, Text Nodes and Shape…

Nodes

Nodes » Nodes

Method This section contains a group of mostly miscellaneous nodes. Colour Colour Ramp Comment Debug Log Image 2D Layer Precomp Mapping Motion Direction Follower Motion Predictor OSC Output Parent To Vertex Render Layer Render To Texture Root Screen…

Materials

Nodes » Materials

Method Material nodes control how light interacts with the surfaces of objects. These nodes will accept a material input as a material. 3D Object Shape 3D Shatter Primitive 3D Text Multi Material (Used to create new materials from other…

Material

Nodes » Materials » Material

Method Create a PBR material that can be applied to particles, 3D meshes and other objects in a 3D scene. Rock and brick PBR materials *use the right-click menu to cache input textures to the node. This will export all the input textures to…

Raytracing Nodes

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Raytracing Nodes

Reflections nodes RT Mirror Reflection A single bounce mirror reflection node is the simplest and most efficient raytraced reflection. *This node is great for real-time projects. *There is no surface roughness for this node RT Multi-Bounce Reflection Using the…

Shading Nodes

Nodes » Shading Nodes

Method These nodes change the ways that material nodes apply to an objects, and how their materials are shaded on the object surface. Gallery Noise Fractal Shading Grid Shading Node Gradient Shading Node…

Render Nodes

Nodes » Procedural » Render Nodes

Method These nodes convert the procedural distance field into rendered geometry, voxel grids, or other systems. Gallery Procedural Meshing Procedural Shading Node Volume Generator Volumetric Tracer…

Raytracing Materials

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Raytracing Materials

Glass RT Material Glass RT material is a stripped-down version of a default material. Updating BDRF and Alpha/Transparency settings, glass materials can be easily updated to mimic a range of different transparent raytraced materials. Red glass material…

Substance Material

Nodes » Materials » Substance Material

Method Notch allows the use of materials made with stance Designer from Allegorithmic. The Substance Designer Material once assigned to an object will behave like a standard Notch material. All options are identical, but with the ability to modify the texture on the…

Diffuse Material

Nodes » Materials » Diffuse Material

Method A basic diffuse material, similar to the default material node but without any specular settings. Diffuse materials *use the right-click menu to cache input textures to the node. This will export all the input textures to individual…

Emissive Material

Nodes » Materials » Emissive Material

Method A basic emissive material, similar to the default material node but without any specular settings. Emissive Material *use the right-click menu to cache input textures to the node. This will export all the input textures to individual…

Execute Child Nodes

Nodes » Logic » Execute Child Nodes

Method Allows you to enable or disable the execution of connected child nodes at runtime. This is useful for menu systems or general logic. Example Nodegraph Attributes Name Description Execute Children Nodes …

Metallic Material

Nodes » Materials » Metallic Material

Method A basic metallic material, similar to the default material node but default metallic settings. Metallic material *use the right-click menu to cache input textures to the node. This will export all the input textures to individual…

Multi Material

Nodes » Materials » Multi Material

Method Generates a material based on an input of two materials. Attributes Name Description Select Image Image used to control how the materials are combined. Select Threshold The threshold used to decide at what area one…

Fake Glass Material

Techniques » Fake Glass Material

Method Transparent materials such as glass or liquid are quite tricky to reproduce correctly in a real time engine. It is often necessary to cheat to get as close as possible to a pure and slow ray traced rendering. Sample Project Fake Glass Material…

Shadow Catcher Material

Nodes » Materials » Shadow Catcher Material

Method The shadow catcher node captures shadow information from lights cast on to the surface of an object that has the shadow catcher material applied to it. The captured shadow information can then be rendered separately onto surfaces of a scene using the layers…

Glass RT Material

Nodes » Materials » Glass RT Material

Method A basic glass material, similar to the default material node but with default raytraced glass settings. Glass material *This material needs Ray Tracing to be enabled on the root to function. *use the right-click menu to cache input…

Semi-Transparent RT Material

Nodes » Materials » Semi-Transparent RT Material

Method A basic semi-transparent RT material, similar to the default material node but default raytraced glass settings. Semi-Transparent RT Material *This material needs Ray Tracing to be enabled on the root to function. *use the right-click…

Alpha Blend (Transparent) Material

Nodes » Materials » Alpha Blend (Transparent) Material

Method This is a basic transparent material using an alpha blend. This material can be applied to particles, 3D meshes and other objects in a 3D scene. Alpha Blend Transparent Material *use the right-click menu to cache input textures to the…

Select Render Layer For Child Nodes

Nodes » Nodes » Select Render Layer For Child Nodes

Method This node can assign its direct or indirect children to a different Render Layer than the one that the hierarchy would otherwise assign them to. This node is particularly useful in virtual production workflows, where separate render layers are used for front…

Using Substance Designer Materials with Procedurals

Nodes » Materials » Substance Material » Using Substance Designer Materials with Procedurals

Using Substance Material with Procedurals Meshes. You can use Substance Designer Materials with Procedurals Meshes. It works the same way as with standard material. Unlike a classic object, you simply need to add a node…

Import and Using a Substance Designer materials

Nodes » Materials » Substance Material » Import and Using a Substance Designer materials

Exporting .sbsar Materials from Substance Designer. To export a material, click on the icon with the arrow. “Publish selected Element(s)” Leave the default settings, click OK. Your substance material is now exported. The extension for substance…

Lines

Nodes » Geometry » Lines

Method This node draws lines between the positions of its input nodes, from source points to destination points. Transform Name Description Position X Move its position along the x-axis in local space. Position Y Move its…

Optimisation tools for Virtual Production

Techniques » Virtual Production » Optimisation tools for Virtual Production

Freeze Geometry Just like using Lego, the best way to create most virtual production scenes is by using modular building blocks. By using smaller blocks, you gain much greater flexibility on-set and during the creation process. However, GPUs aren’t very…

Node Trail

Nodes » Geometry » Node Trail

Method This node creates a spline that follows the position of a node in the scene. At each frame update, a new point is added to the spline. Transform Name Description Position X Move its position along the x-axis in local space.…

Select Input Node

Nodes » Logic » Select Input Node

Method This nodes allows you to switch the kind of input that goes into a node based on the number of nodes connected to it. Currently, only 3D Meshes, Images and Materials can be connected to this node, and switched between. !This node will filter what can be…

Text

Nodes » Geometry » Text

Method This node generates and renders a 3D mesh from the text that has been generated according to various attributes using a supplied font. The font must be in TrueType or OpenType format and loaded as a Font resource. Text must be entered via the Text String…

Raytracing Techniques

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques

Raytracing Basics Raytracing Lighting Raytracing Nodes An overview of basic raytracing setup. Raytraced light examples. Raytraced nodes groups. Reflections and Refractions Pathtracer Basics…

Nodegraph

User Interface » Nodegraph

Main Window This window contains the node based scripting tools for Notch. Nodegraph Controls Label Description Copy Copy the currently select node or nodes. Cut Copy and delete the currently selected node…

Combine Geometry

Nodes » Geometry » Combine Geometry

Method Combine multiple sources of geometry into one to be used or affected by other nodes. Attributes Name Description Make Clone UVs Unique Force the UVs of cloned meshes to be combined into a single uv map with each clone taking up a…

RT Glass Refraction

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Glass Refraction

Method The RT Glass Refraction node is a fast cheap raytraced glass solution. This node can be used in scenes that need additional performance such as lightmapped scenes that aren’t using the pathtracer node. Once the Glass Refraction node is added to the…

Clone To Procedurals

Nodes » Cloning » Clone To Procedurals

Method This node generates a clone system based on the procedural generator nodes. A clone is generated at every voxel inside the field. Example Transform Name Description Position X Changes the x…

Mesh Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Mesh Emitter

Method This node emits particles from a 3D mesh. The mesh must be connected via the “Object Nodes” input, and can be a 3D Object node, a Shape 3D node, a Text node or a Depth Camera / Kinect Mesh. If no suitable node is connected then no emission will…

Viewport

User Interface » Viewport

Window This window show the actual scene, and what will be rendered / output by Notch into other tools. Top Bar Label Description Translation Switch to the translate gizmo. Rotation Switch to the rotate…

Reflections and Refractions

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Reflections and Refractions

Reflections Raytraced reflections are more accurate reflections than Screen Spaced Reflections. The images below show the difference between each raytracing nodes reflections. Sky light The Sky light reflects the skydome HDR environment map, it will not reflect the…

3D Object

Nodes » Geometry » 3D Object

Method This node renders a 3D object that has been imported from an external file in one of the supported 3D object file formats: Lightwave LWO, Wavefront OBJ, Cinema4D and FBX. As well as being rendered directly, 3D Object nodes may also be used as an input for…

Javascript Node

Nodes » Scripting » Javascript Node

Method This node allows a custom JS script to manipulate parameters in the scene and other functions. For a full breakdown see the Javascript Section. Nodegraph Example of extracting output values from the Javascript Node. Attributes Name…

Manipulating the scene with JS

Javascript » Manipulating the scene with JS

Three methods for manipulating the scene There are three methods by which you can manipulate nodes of a given scene: Pass values out of a Javascript node using global variables, and then use these values in your Nodegraph Manipulate the exposed properties of a…

Screen Space Reflections

Nodes » Lighting » Screen Space Reflections

Method Generate screen space reflections (SSR) for objects in the scene. To see this function, “Reflections” must be enabled in the objects material node or section. ! The material nodes Roughness attribute defines the clarity of the reflections, with…

Procedural Meshing

Nodes » Procedural » Render Nodes » Procedural Meshing

Method Extracts a surface from a procedural by first voxelising it (but only voxelising the spatial areas which are required) and then constructing a smoothened surface over the voxels. The surface produced is a triangle mesh which can be texture and deformed, can…

Depth Camera / Kinect Mesh

Nodes » Geometry » Depth Camera / Kinect Mesh

Method This node generates a mesh based on Kinect camera data from a Depth Camera / Kinect Source connected via the “Colour Image Node” input. If no source is connected, this node is ineffective. The mesh is based on a subdivided plane of quads, displaced…

Clone To Spline

Nodes » Cloning » Clone To Spline

Method This node is used to clone objects along the spline created by an input Spline node or other source of spline data – for example from a loaded Cinema4D scene. Example Example Nodegraph …

Loop Time

Nodes » Logic » Loop Time

Method This node allows you to set loop sections in either your current layer or globally. A loop section is an area of the timeline that you wish to repeat. Setting the Loop Time nodes start and end time, will define the loop section. To understand how loops work…

Notch 0.9.23 Release Notes

Release Notes » Notch 0.9.23 Release Notes

0.9.23.209 (17th patch release, 26th July 2021): Added Features [Standalone] Added support for touch input events. [Standalone] Added an option to show the mouse cursor in standalone applications. See the standalone start-up dialog. [License Check] Added a…

Clone To Point Cache

Nodes » Cloning » Clone To Point Cache

Method This node clones 3D objects to positions defined by a Point Cache node. The number of clones is defined by the Num Clones parameter and limited by the total number of points in the Point Cache (accounting for the density attribute set in the Point Cache). If…

Imported 3D Scene

Nodes » Geometry » Imported 3D Scene

Method This node instanciates a 3D scene which has been imported from one of the valid scene file formats: Lightwave LWS, FBX or Cinema4D. The scene resource must be set via the “Lightwave Scene” parameter. The scene is then rendered faithfully to the…

Shape 3D

Nodes » Geometry » Shape 3D

Method This node renders a 3D primitive mesh that has been generated according to various attributes. The Shape Type parameter defines the primitive shape used. The Subdivisions X/Y parameters determine how many subdivisions the primitive has, and the Axis defines…

Procedural

Nodes » Procedural

Method In Notch a procedural is a 3-dimensional field of signed distances. This is often known as a Signed Distance Field. An SDF alone does not represent geometry, but surfaces and volumes can be extracted from the field and rendered conventionally. Notch provides…

Using Substance Painter exports

Nodes » Materials » Substance Material » Using Substance Painter exports

Method Unlike a material made with Substance Designer, it is not possible to use the Substance Painter file directly. You must export the textures from Substance Painter to use them in Notch. Your Painter project must also be created with the right…

Random Cloner

Nodes » Cloning » Random Cloner

Method Clones an object and gives the new clones random positions within a specified area. Example Example Nodegraph Transform Name Description Position X Move its position along the…

Extruded Spline

Nodes » Geometry » Extruded Spline

Method This node extrudes n-gon shapes along a spline. The spline used to generate the shape must be connected via the Spline Sources input. Attributes Name Description Visible Control whether the node is visible or not to the scene.…

Face Tracking Geometry

Nodes » Geometry » Face Tracking Geometry

Method This node generates a 2D mesh using the predefined structure of the geometry generated by the Face Tracker node: 68 vertices linked as triangles with texture coordinates. It takes as input a Face Tracker node, which is required for the node to render anything.…

Render To Texture

Nodes » Nodes » Render To Texture

Method This node renders all its child nodes and their sub-trees to a separate off-screen texture / precomposition. This texture may then be applied anywhere that takes an image or video node as input: materials, video nodes, Image2D nodes, Image Planes and so on.…

Convex Hull

Nodes » Geometry » Convex Hull

Method Generates a containing mesh based on an input object. The mode can control how accurate the generated outer mesh is. Attributes Name Description Mode Determines how convex hull mode generates the wrapped hull around the input…

Procedural Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Procedural Emitter

Method This node is used to emit particles from a generative form created using Procedural nodes. Example Example Nodegraph Transform Name Description Position X Move its position…

Clone To Volume

Nodes » Cloning » Clone To Volume

Method This node clones 3D objects in a regular 3D grid arrangement, using the shape of a 3D object to define the region of space that is filled. The resolution of the grid is defined by the Num Voxels X/Y/Z parameters. A 3D object node must be connected to the Source…

Emitters

Nodes » Particles » Emitters

Method Emitter nodes spawn particles that can be manipulated in a particles system. Any Emitters need to be connected to a Particle Root node, and they will only spawn particles within that particle system unless modified appropriately. Every emitter has a…

Trail Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Trail Emitter

Method This node emits particles from the positions of other currently active particles from other emitters. This is used to create trails of particles. This node is typically connected as a child of another emitter node. When connected in this way it only emits…

3D Object Outline

Nodes » Post-FX » Stylisation » 3D Object Outline

Method This node draws an outline around the visible edges of the 3D objects. !Deferred Rendering must be enabled in the layer Root node for this to work. *This node uses the scene depth buffer to render, so when used with a Render Layer all objects inside and out…

Particle Cache

Nodes » Particles » Particle Cache

Method The particle cache node allows you to store the animation of particles to disk. This allows them to be scrubbed in time and played deterministically rather than simulated during playback. Particle cache files may be very large on disk. Example Nodegraph…

Voronoi 2D

Nodes » Post-FX » Generators » Voronoi 2D

Method Generate delaunay triangulation based on a particle system. This process is computationally expensive. Example Nodegraph !Does not function with Ray Tracing nodes. Transform Name Description …

Field Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Field Emitter

Method This node emits particles from a Field. It can also use Colours, Density, or Temperatures from Density Field Modes. Example Example Nodegraph Transform Name Description Position X…

Point Cache Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Point Cache Emitter

Method Emits particles from the points in a Point Cache. This is useful for saving on mesh processing cost by re-using a single point cache for multiple emitters as well as other features such as lighting and cloning. Example …

Colour Grading

Nodes » Post-FX » Colour Processing » Colour Grading

Method This node alters the distribution of colour in the image. Raw texture Processed texture Example Nodegraph Attributes Name Description Active Turn the effect on or off. …

Timeline

User Interface » Timeline

Top Bar This window lists all of the layers and effects in the current project, useful for sequencing and timing effects to run together. Timeline Controls Label Description Copy Copy the currently select node or nodes.…

Modifiers

Nodes » Modifiers

Method Modifier nodes modify the attributes in other nodes. Modifiers can be applied to almost any attribute of a node, simply double click a node in the nodegraph to see its attribute list, and connect a valid modifier to the square next to the attribute. If an…

Other Windows

User Interface » Other Windows

Performance Bar And Window Controls Window Controls This menu controls some of the window options for various windows in Notch. Label Description Editor Settings Settings for the Notch Editor. Project Settings…

Ray Tracing

Nodes » Ray Tracing

Method Ray tracing is a more accurate “photorealistic” rendering technique for calculating lighting, shadows and reflections in a 3D scene. Raytracing brings to Notch a number of features not previously possible with the traditional renderer and greatly…

Geometry Connection Renderer

Nodes » Particles » Rendering » Geometry Connection Renderer

Method This node generates faces and lines based on the position of particles in the scene. Particles are joined with lines by proximity, and where lines form a triangle one is created. Example From the “No Thanks” sample.…

Interactive

Nodes » Interactive

Method Interactive nodes give outputs based on various kinds of live inputs. Most work with numerical values, although the RSS Feed Node and RSS Text Selector output a text string, and the Mouse Picker outputs translation data. Interactive nodes can be applied to…

Spline Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Spline Emitter

Method This node emits particles from a spline shape. The splines used by this node are extracted from a 3D object which must be connected to the Object Nodes input for this node to have an effect. If The object that is connected contains no spline data this node will…

Output GBuffer

Nodes » Post-FX » Image Processing » Output GBuffer

Method This node outputs various GBuffers to the screen. GBuffers are geometry buffers – rendered images that contain geometric information rendered from the objects in the current view, such as normals, material IDs, positions etc. These may be useful when…

Cameras

Nodes » Cameras

Method Cameras are used to view a 3D scene. Cameras are generally hooked into the Root node, although they can be applied to any node – they will still appear in the scene as long as there is a path to a Root node; they will inherit the transformation values…

Primitive Collision Affector

Nodes » Particles » Affectors » Primitive Collision Affector

Method This node simulates collisions between particles and a 3D primitive. It uses ray traced intersections with triangles contained in a bounding volume hierarchy structure. This allows for fast, accurate collisions with 3D primitive, but animating. Particle Events…

RT Mirror Reflection

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Mirror Reflection

Method RT Mirror Reflection is the fastest raytracing reflections node with only a single, sharp ray traced bounce supported. This can be used to simulate mirrors, reflections and specular on any raytracing enabled specular material/surface. Rough reflections can be…

Pathtracer

Nodes » Ray Tracing » Pathtracer

Method The Pathtracer node simulates lighting of solid objects accurately with support for multiple bounces of specular and diffuse reflections and refractions with varying roughness and other material attributes. This is achieved by casting lots and lots of rays,…

Clone To Particles

Nodes » Cloning » Clone To Particles

Method This node clones 3D objects to positions defined by a particle system. A Particle Root Node or a Particle Emitter must be connected to the Particle Node input for this node to be operational. If a Particle Emitter is connected then only particles emitted from…

Optimising 3D scenes

FAQ » Optimising 3D scenes

Working in real-time allows for great speed, flexibility and experimentation vs offline rendering / video. But projects designed to run in real-time have one key consideration that video doesn’t: performance. Performance of most real-time 3D scenes is limited…

GBuffer To Image

Nodes » Video Processing » Input Output » GBuffer To Image

Method This node allows GBuffer channels from a rendered scene to be used as video nodes for compositing or export purposes. By default, the base render layer is used as the GBuffer source, but a Render Layer may be supplied via appropriate input. For most channels…

Freeze Geometry

Nodes » Geometry » Freeze Geometry

Method Combines multiple geometry nodes and freezes them into a single mesh, preserving the materials of the source geometry. The resulting mesh is static: it won’t be regenerated or updated again until the timeline is reset. Once frozen, the source geometry…

Layer Precomp

Nodes » Nodes » Layer Precomp

Method This node pre-composites a layer so it can be rendered inside another layer. Any exposed values from inside that layer will also be carried over into the new layer. *Multiple nodes in one scene will rerender that original layer, so make sure to use as few…

Cloner

Nodes » Cloning » Cloner

Method This node clones 3D objects in a regular pattern in one of several ways depending on the Mode parameter. In Iterative Cloning mode, the Cloner node’s transform is applied iteratively so each clone is offset from the one before it. In Radial mode, clones…

CSV/Table Array

Nodes » Interactive » Array Sources » CSV/Table Array

Method This reads an array of transforms from a table resource. The array is used to instance the child subtree of the node – so the subtree / children are re-rendered for every transform in the array. The number of elements in the array will match the number…

Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Download these as a PDF We’ve made a quick reference guide (suitable for printing) available as a PDF for download as well. You can get it here. Viewport Keys Orbit Camera Regular Camera Alt + LMB Rotate around pivot point …

Probe Lighting

Nodes » Lighting » Probe Lighting

Method Creates dynamic reflections of other objects in the scene, by rendering them from specific points within the scene. A Point Cache may optionally be used to allow the reflection images to be generated more efficiently when there are a large number of probes to…

Primitive Emitter

Nodes » Particles » Emitters » Primitive Emitter

Method This node emits particles in the form of a 3D primitive shape. The Emitter Type parameter defines which shape is used. Particles can be emitted on the surface of the shape or inside the volume of the shape, depending on the Emit On Surface parameter. If the…

Logic

Nodes » Logic

Method The Logic nodes are used to create a meta logic system within Notch. Time These nodes interact with the Notch projects playhead. Jump to Time Loop Time Selecting Nodes These nodes control the active or inactive state of the nodes below…

Antialiasing

Nodes » Post-FX » Antialiasing

Method These nodes calculate better antialiasing than the default. Antialiasing nodes don’t apply to the same nodes as the rest of the Post-Fx nodes, and instead, function on these nodes, Cameras (will only be applied when the scene is viewed through a…

3D Object

Nodes » Procedural » Generators » 3D Object

Method Generates a procedural shape from a mesh object. Example Example Nodegraph Attributes Name Description Distance Offset Offsets the distance field values, causing the generated…

Blur

Nodes » Post-FX » Blur

Method Blur nodes defocus images, making them appears less clear. These are useful in many scenarios, from cleaning up the harsh edges on a key mask to creating depth of field for the image. They follow the same order of operations as all the other post-fx…

Image Processing

Nodes » Video Processing » Image Processing

Method These nodes analyse and modify the image with different effects. Can be applied to all the same nodes as the Video Processing group. Unlike Post-FX nodes (many of which are shared with these nodes), these do not affect the parent with the effect and instead…

Area Light

Nodes » Lighting » Area Light

Method Emit light from a rectangular area, giving a soft light across a scene. An image texture can be input to emit light from the image based on a texture. *This light is great for producing a long flat light source. Example …

Auto Bounding Box

Nodes » Geometry » Auto Bounding Box

Method This node generates a bounding box based on the combined size of nodes input into the nodes Bounds Nodes input. Inputs Name Description Typical Node Input Bounds Nodes Input nodes from which a combined bounding box will be…

Video Processing

Nodes » Video Processing

Method Video processing nodes control video post-fx in the scene. Video Processing nodes can be parented to these nodes, and will output an effect. Render To Texture All Video Processing Nodes (although you will mostly use Video Source and Video Null) Aside…

Colour Processing

Nodes » Post-FX » Colour Processing

Method Colour Processing nodes are used to modify the colours in an image. Colour Processing nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery Apply Colour LUT Colour Grading…

Image Compression

Nodes » Post-FX » Image Compression

Method Compress or decompress images with different kinds of compression. Image Compression nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Compress UV Animation Decompress UV Animation

Warping

Nodes » Post-FX » Warping

Method These nodes take an image and stretch or squash them in different ways. Warping nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery Barrel Distortion Bezier Warp…

Mapping

Nodes » Nodes » Mapping

Method This node controls how texture coordinates (UVs) are generated for a given material or piece of 3D geometry. This allows UVs to be created procedurally, e.g. via planar, spherical or camera perspective mappings. The Mapping node acts on a Material…

Stylisation

Nodes » Post-FX » Stylisation

Method These nodes modify the image. Stylisation nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery 3D Object Outline Cross Hatch Digital Block Glitch Digital Chroma…

Object Distance Field Affector

Nodes » Particles » Affectors » Object Distance Field Affector

Method This node simulates collisions between particles and a 3D object. It uses signed distance fields to calculate collisions which enables some other effects to be achieved, such as attraction and repulsion from object surfaces or making particles flow around the…