Nvidia’s PhysX Unified Particle Physics Solution Looks Spectacular – New Video From SIGGRAPH 2014

During SIGGRAPH 2014, Miles Macklin, Matthias Muller, Nuttapong Chentanez and Tae-Yong Kim presented a unified dynamics framework for real-time visual effects. It looks amazing and comes close to CG quality particle effects, so make sure to give it a go. According to its description, by taking advantage of Nvidia’s CUDA FLEX capabilities, this solution is capable of modeling gases, liquids, deformable solids, rigid bodies and clothing with two-way interactions. Enjoy!

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