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    Official Tutorial #3: Using Passive regions

    Using Passive regions.

    You may want to control some amount of animation in your scene (keyframe animation). This can be done with DMM Passive Regions. Any part of an object which is within a DMM passive region will not be simulated. So if you animate an object in the traditional way, these "fixed" parts will follow the keyframed animation whilst the rest of the object/scene is simulated.

    In this tutorial you will:

    • Create a simple DMM simulated scene

    • Add a passive region to one of the DMM objects and see how this modifies the simulation

    • Animate the object by using keyframe animation and see how this modifies the simulation

    • Edit the passive region and see how this modifies the simulation


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