I saw a tweet from @der_flow_ where he has hooked TurbulenceFD into MoGraph weight tag. Of course, I wanted to test that too, so I built my own version and here is the result.

Xpresso setup iterates through clones and checks what is TFD container’s temperature in that specific position where the clone is. Temperature data is then range mapped to two different MoGraph weightmaps: mw-size and mw-color. Then those two weightmaps are used in effectors selection slots to scale and colorize clones.

Setup can get really slow but setup works also with render instances and multi-instances, even though only normal instance mode shows colors in view port.

 

Updated 25/03/2019

tfd_to_mograph.c4d

Cinema 4D, MoGraph, TurbulenceFD, Xpresso

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