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UniFlex 4 with Nvidia Flex …

Monday, September 25, 2017

UniFlex 4 with Nvidia Flex is now available for C4D R18 and R19 on Windows.

New Demo build is on the way.

UniFlex 4 with Nvidia Flex.

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Now you have opportunity to test open beta of UniFlex 4 plugins with [Nvidia Flex](https://developer.nvidia.com/flex).

To use this you will need C4D R18.041 Demo and modern GPU with DirectX 12 support.
AMG GPU should work but I have not tested this for now, please let me know how well it really work for you.

Select this one if you have AMD GPU.
DOWNLOAD: UniFlex_D3D_R18_170305.7z

Select this one if you have Nvidia GPU.
DOWNLOAD: UniFlex_CUDA_R18_170305.7z

Some test simulations on Vimeo

This is physic simulation plugin for C4D R18 but R17 should be possible as well.
It has legacy CPU based cloth, soft body and ropes engine.
And now it has also new Nvidia Flex 1.1 based simulation engine as well that can run on any GPU with DirectX 12 support.
This new engine currently support thinking particles based fluid simulation as well as soft body and ropes simulation.

Attribute System [R18] [170211]

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Attribute Visualize object that work with Points and TP attributes.
Attribute Tag that can store Color, Vector, Float, Integer, String, Matrix attributes for Points, Polygons, Spline Segments and whole object.

DOWNLOAD: AttributeTag_170211.7z

UniFlex 4.0

Saturday, December 31, 2016

After longer pause a UniFlex 4.0 with NVIDIA FleX support is currently in testing phase.

Currently I am searching for UniFlex user who can test this new version.

FleX requires Windows system with modern NVIDIA GPU.

SuperVoxels for R17 and R18.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

SuperVoxels update for C4D R17 and R18 is now available. (Right now only for Windows!)

CodeEditorGUI for C4D R16 and R17 is now available.

CodeEditorGUI on Bitbucket

ASE-Export-C4D for R17 is now open source and available here

ASE-Export-C4D on Github

Some other plugin ports for C4D R16/R17 are on the way too.

I hope also to improve situation for OS X.