Dominos at Dusk: L-system Forms and Realistic Motion with Blender

Jun 22, 2017 · London, United Kingdom

We're lucky to have Adam Latchem introduce and demonstrate two ideas:

L-systems - a simple but powerfully expressive method for generating beautiful, natural looking forms. Find out more at wikipedia:

Physics engine for realistic motion - using the laws of physics to model how objects will move and interact with each other realistically in an animated scene. Adam will gently introduce L-Systems and demonstrate how the popular open source 3-d modelling software blender is used to create a beautiful short film.

Here's a taster:

If there is time, Tariq will do a short talk at the end showing the same L-system method to generate natural organic looking trees.

No previous expertise necessary - we'll start from basics and develop gently from there.

Please arrive before the 7pm start.

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