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Subsequent Fracturing allows you to procedurally set up secondary, tertiary (etc.) fracturing. This demo also illustrates the chance filter and the subsequent fracture modifier.
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History - Dynamic Regeneration
Going from 20 num points to 200 with the click of a button, check!
Interactively moving point cloud clusters to adjust fragments, check!
Interactively previewing and modifying split planes, check!
Another video in the Key features series, this time about the attribute spreadsheet. The attribute spreadsheet allows you to manipilate and change attributes on several Fracture-related nodes at the same time, drastically increasing efficiency and ease-of-use.
In this Key Features demonstration Ed uses a simple destruction set-up to illustrate the ease-of-use of Takes in Fracture. Takes allow you to bake out iterations of simulations and ultimately remove all sim data so the simulated geometry can be passed down the pipeline.
Alternatives to voronoi
Fracture offers a myriad of alternatives to regular voronoi-based destruction: cluster, radial, split plane, crack image, crack paint - and many more in development.