Maya: Scattering 1 Million Cubes [Bifrost Graph]

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The Bifrost Editor has a scatter option. In this brief tutorial I demonstrate the distribution of 1 million tiny cubes on a polygon surface. It gives you a taste of the scatter node in Bifrost Graph. Enjoy!

Apart from that:

The one million MASH experiment: https://youtu.be/paGwZnG5ESE
10 thousand lights in MASH: https://youtu.be/g8fm3n1mfoc

The music: “Computer Animation” and “Kleiner Knirps”, composed and performed by me, Maximilian Schönherr, licensed via GEMA, Germany.

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If you – as a Maya beginner or an advanced character animator – want to learn NURBS modeling in depth, visit Skillshare or Udemy for my 12 part NURBS course:

https://www.skillshare.com/classes/NURBS-Modeling-with-Autodesk-Maya/1215673933
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