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Thinkbox Software Stoke MX v2.5.2
R2017 R2018 R2019 R2020 R2021 $595
Description
Stoke MX is an easy to use particle simulator designed to simplify the creation of high volume particle clouds driven by velocity fields. Supported velocity field sources include FumeFX and Ember simulations, other particle animations from Particle Flow, Thinking Particles or external particle file sequences in PRT or RealFlow BIN formats, Max SpaceWarps etc.

It also comes with powerful field manipulation tools enabling the creation and simulation of new fields including velocity fields, loading and saving of field data using industry standard formats, editing of existing fields and the integration of field data with Max sub-systems like Particle Flow, MassFX, mCloth, Hair&Fur, materials, most renderers, and more.

On top of this it has the complete Genome toolset including added support for Stoke field-related queries, as well as new Loop nodes for iterative operations over vertices and faces.

Demo version is available here.

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cebas VISUAL TECHNOLOGY Inc. thinkingParticles v6.9 SP1
R2016 R2017 R2018 R2019 R2020 R2021 €540 per year
Description
thinkingParticles is the next generation of rule-based particle systems for Max. When compared to an event-based particle system, which works on triggers and time dependent events, a rule-based system is free from constraints and instead applies simple behaviors. These behaviors govern all aspects of a particle's motion, life, death, and collisions in a true non-linear fashion.

thinkingParticles offers its particle system functionality through a 'programmatic' approach. This approach lets artists use thinkingParticles powerful visual Wire Setup Interface to procedurally build the rules and conditions that control the particle behavior.

Demo version is available here.

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