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    Default VI34-1: The Missing Link: Hierarchies, Kinematics and Motion Constraints in Autodesk VIZ

    Instructor: dave espinosa-aguilar – Toxic Frog Multimedia

    Class Description: Autodesk VIZ users have been asking for a class like this one for years. There are several intensely powerful yet typically under-exploited, often intimidating (and sometimes completely baffling) motion systems in Autodesk VIZ including Animation Controllers, Forward and Inverse Kinematics, Sliding Joints and Rotating Joints, Constraints, Parameter Wiring and Assemblies in Autodesk VIZ which can add impressive and realistic behaviors to your visualizations. This course overviews linkage processes to create object hierachies, the differences between forward and inverse kinematics, the fundamentals of using sliding and rotational joints, formulaic parameter-wired positioning and other motion constraint functions, and then provides incredibly practical uses for these technologies in everyday projects including sophisticated door systems (properly sliding elevator doors, paneled garage doors, and folding partition doors), gorgeous window systems (correctly behaving blinds, curtain and sliding panel shades), elaborate escalator and conveyor systems, and multi-armed lighting assemblies. If you’ve ever wanted to get a firm grip on kinematics and motion constraints and develop your own elaborate door and window systems, you won’t want to miss this one. Learn how to make truly "dynamic" presentations.
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