Using Blender for molecular animation and scientific representation

Monica Zoppe
Pisa, Italy
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11 Responses to “Using Blender for molecular animation and scientific representation”


  • Thank you marco for the tip: we’ll consider it. We have been thinking about particles for some time, and when we were working with Maya we used it a lot. However we have not the same degree of control on particles in Blender, and in particular I am not sure if it is possible (and how) to attribute specific dynamic properties to individual particles. Unfortunately, the Blender particle expert was not at the conference: I did look for him to talk about this.

    Are you still in Torino? The Blender community there is very rich and we met several nice and interesting people in Amsterdam. Hopefully we will be able to do some work together in the future!

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