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using mpm for clothing

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C_M_austin
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using mpm for clothing

Hi there,

 

I was wondering to what extent the bifrost mpm cloth solver can be used for clothing? Are there any examples of things like t-shirt and jeans? Is it possible to indicate seams/stitching and constraints in the cloth behaviour? Is it still better to use ncloth at this point?

 

Thanks

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Message 2 of 9
wuhailu
in reply to: C_M_austin

There is no node for making clothes yet.

 

The MPM unified solver is automatically constrained, such as between cloth and cloth.

 

If the model distance is a little closer, mpm will be automatically constrained.

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C_M_austin
in reply to: wuhailu

Okay, makes sense. Thanks for the examples images

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darkbox9XVGC
in reply to: wuhailu

Hello,

 The constraint with color set seems not taking the bind skin's rotation. mpm cloth bindSkin Constraint  

Attached with mov and maya files

 

thanks a lot

Message 5 of 9
wuhailu
in reply to: wuhailu

My answer above is somewhat wrong, the MPM boundary is inseparable, I mistakenly thought it was an automatic constraint.

Message 6 of 9
wuhailu
in reply to: wuhailu

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But the new version can handle such problems very well.

Message 7 of 9
wuhailu
in reply to: darkbox9XVGC

Hi! I am not familiar with Maya animation module.

Message 8 of 9
markove444
in reply to: C_M_austin

Hello,

I was pondering how much the bifrost mpm fabric solver can utilize for the dress. Are there any instances of things like shirts and pants? Is it conceivable to demonstrate creases/sewing and limitations in the material way of behaving? As of now is it actually better to utilize ncloth? I want to use it on my website.

Thank

Message 9 of 9
darkbox9XVGC
in reply to: markove444

Hello, I am still using nCloth in production work, it has more controls and predictable result compare to mpm.  It is difficult to find learning resources on MPM...

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