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The Flocking Behaviour System is available for UE4 versions 4.20 and up from the Unreal Marketplace: 🤍 This plugin implements 5 behaviours: Alignment Cohesion Separation Goal Seeking/Path-Following Obstacle Avoidance Features: Multi-threading support Goal seeking Path following Obstacle avoidance Boid customization Custom weights of each force (Alignment, Cohesion, Separation, Avoidance and Goal Seeking) Plane constraints (constrain the boids' movement to a certain axis) Documentation: 🤍 Subscribe for more! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ El-Magic ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Simulating huge amounts of Boids in optimal frame rates has never been easier than it is with Flocks. Supporting a massive 65000+ agents at runtime, and with a large array of modifiable values, you can create life-like flocks with no effort at all. With built-in support for Restriction Volumes, you can easily define areas that are off-limits - or use Goal/Flee Volumes to make flocks that dynamically react and run away from predators! Flocks allow you to modify every aspect of the simulation at runtime - change values for Cohesion, Separation, Alignment, Speed, Scale - and many more. Define groups that have different meshes/settings and change how they interact with each other at the flick of a switch. Despite running on a complex optimized code algorithm, Flocks comes with full Blueprint Support which boasts a heavy focus on ease-of-use. Changing the scale of one agent, or randomizing the speed of every agent is as easy as calling a single function in Blueprints! Features: - CPU and GPU support - Drag and Drop implementation of Flocking Simulation - A diverse range of modifiable settings - Volume system allowing agents to Goal/Flee or Restrict their movement - Grouping system which allows Groups to change how they interact - Exposed values for simulation accuracy - Blueprint Function Library for communicating with the simulation - 3 Demonstration levels showing how to use the plugin - 4 Textured Fish Meshes to give you a head start Get it now: 🤍
Flocks is a plugin for Unreal Engine 4 that allows for simulating large flocks in high framerates. Find the plugin here: 🤍 New to Flocks Version 1.1: Animation support! Simple VAT animations can now be applied to the simulation - these can be built directly from a skeletal animation in the editor. Add more life to your world, simulate birds, butterflies, insects and more. With the power of Vertex Animated Textures, you can easily run 20,000+ animated meshes in 60FPS. Simulating huge amounts of Boids in optimal frame rates has never been easier than it is with Flocks. Supporting a massive 65000+ agents at runtime, and with a large array of modifiable values, you can create life-like flocks with no effort at all. With built-in support for Restriction Volumes, you can easily define areas that are off-limits - or use Goal/Flee Volumes to make flocks that dynamically react and run away from predators! Flocks allow you to modify every aspect of the simulation at runtime - change values for Cohesion, Separation, Alignment, Speed, Scale - and many more. Define groups that have different meshes/settings and change how they interact with each other at the flick of a switch. Despite running on a complex optimized code algorithm, Flocks comes with full Blueprint Support which boasts a heavy focus on ease-of-use. Changing the scale of one agent, or randomizing the speed of every agent is as easy as calling a single function in Blueprints!
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#Unreal #Fish #Behavior A quick video from a request I got to get a swarm of fish up and running, I found this plug in, in the marketplace and it made the project so much easier.
Assets Available from here: 🤍 In this series we are creating the common mechanics found in RTS games, everything from unit selection, AI combat, and base building. In Part 23 we work on the fog of war system. In this video you will see how fog of war works and implement it in the game. SUPPORT ME Patreon I 🤍 Buy Me a Coffee I buymeacoffee.com/RyanLaley Donations I paypal.me/ryanlaley PRIVATE 1-2-1 SESSIONS Email me at support🤍ryanlaley.com for more information and rates, or visit 🤍 JOIN THE COMMUNITY Discord I 🤍 FOLLOW ME Twitter I 🤍 Facebook I 🤍 Instagram I 🤍
The VehicleSim Dynamics plugin from Mechanical Simulation will allow you to run industry standard CarSim and TruckSim math models in an Unreal environment. Please note that this plugin does not function without a separately purchased, licensed copy of CarSim or TruckSim, which are expensive, professional engineering tools. Mechanical Simulation Corporation is the world leader in the development and distribution of advanced software used to simulate vehicle behavior involving interactions between the 3D dynamic vehicle response, advanced controllers, driver controls, and 3D roads. Established in 1996, Mechanical Simulation provides car, truck and motorcycle simulation packages, training and ongoing support worldwide to more than 110 OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, and over 200 universities and government research groups. We also provide the vehicle dynamics models used in more than 1400 driving simulators. The Ann Arbor, Michigan, headquarters coordinates with global sales agents who provide local distribution and tech support for our software.
In this video we finish up our mesh insect swarm with the Niagara setup to avoid the flashlight and control the mesh animation. If you have any questions about Game Art VFX or the Unreal Engine then email me: tharlevfx🤍gmail.com Or you can find more tutorials on my website: 🤍 or check out my work on the Unreal Marketplace: 🤍 or follow me on Twitter: 🤍tharlevfx If you'd like to support the channel then follow me on Patreon: 🤍
I finally managed to add AI for my fish preys. This is a first behavior and uses 3 actors for mechanics: -Preys (randomly navigate inside the flock volume) -A flock actor (randomly navigates inside the zone actor) -A zone actor (like a safe zone where the flock can have this quiet behavior) The size of the flock determines the density of fishes and can have variations. This is also the actor used to spawn preys. Here I put 2 flocks with different parameters to see how it goes but it is easier to see the 2 flocks on the last part when flocks are visible.
In this video I show the flocking crows I've implemented using an Unreal tutorial. I'm pretty happy with the results, with the exception of how they scatter when landing and some of them go in a circle before they land. That's how the tutorial finished so I will need to do some investigating on my own.
Learn how to create your own external Shader directory to store Unreal Shader Headers (HLSL) files, instead of using that pesky tiny custom node text box! :3 Github Code Example: 🤍 - TWITCH ►► 🤍 TWITTER ►► 🤍 PATREON ►► 🤍 - Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:31 Creating a Project 01:08 Creating our Plugin 05:19 Custom Shader Node 07:42 Mapping a Project Directory 09:52 Important: Source Control - Tags: Unreal Engine, UE4, Project, Shaders, HLSL, Custom, Node, Materials Thank you for watching! ❤ #Youtube #Gamedev #UE4
Files are available on my Patreon as a Tier 1 reward: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Here's a tutorial that will hopefully teach you a couple things about vertex animation in Unreal Engine. It's a very cheap way to add a large amount of animated props in your scene like flock of birds, swarm of insects and things like that. It's extremely more performant than having the same amount of actors in your scene using skeletal animations although it's certainly not as intuitive to create. This tutorial I hope will help you to get things started. 0:00 Introduction 0:26 Mesh 0:34 Normals 0:43 UVs utilization 1:06 UVs creation 2:12 Material setup 2:48 Basic oscillation 3:18 Oscillation's direction 3:53 Wing oscillation mask 4:10 Oscillation phase shift 4:38 Glide phase 5:15 Wing flap 5:48 Bird travel 6:23 Bird fade in/out 7:04 Wind flows 7:37 Feather turbulence 8:03 Fixing normals 8:47 Blueprint setup 9:25 Construction script 9:46 Fixing synchronized animation 10:24 Blueprint usage 10:55 Fixing bounds 11:14 Outro
Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Short version? 🤍 If you're not able to paint the alpha channel you'll likely need to set 'Alpha Clip' in Blend Mode and Shadow Mode under the material settings. 0:00 - Intro 0:16 - Modelling low poly bird 4:10 - UV unwrapping 5:20 - Adding material 6:07 - Checking normals 6:37 - Texture Painting 12:30 - Setup armature 15:07 - Animation 18:00 - Adding noise modifiers 20:15 - Creating offset animations 22:15 - Create the flock 27:58 - Outro
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Welcome to the third episode of my tutorial series. This module is for creating an enemy patrolling AI that will go between its selected points. If it can see the player similar to pawn sensing it will follow the player until it loses its visibility. If it loses visibility it will go to the last seen point and look around before returning to patrol. Git repository of the tutorial can be found here: 🤍 Join the Discord to get help, stay informed with new videos, or just meet some cool people: 🤍 Follow me on twitch to watch me make some games or make these tutorials: 🤍 Like and Subscribes are much appreciated and help the channel grow. Thanks for watching, and feel free to request a tutorial in the comments, as well as ask any questions you may have about this video. Have a great day and stay safe out there! Wash your hands!
In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a simple UI particle system that activates on a button press. For this I'm using Niagara UI Renderer, which is a free plugin for Unreal Engine. You can download it from: Unreal Marketplace: 🤍 Unreal forums (including UE5EA version): 🤍 GitHub: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:35 Creating a simple Niagara System 03:51 Using the Niagara System Widget 06:38 Using Material Remap List 07:10 Creating a UI version of the Material 10:08 Improving the Particle System 13:03 Creating a fake Glow Material 17:20 Activating the System from the Blueprint 20:24 Binding the particle box location to button size 24:24 Outro Assets used in the video: Jack O' Lantern character: 🤍 Tileset: 🤍 Background: 🤍 Crystal Texture: 🤍
It is good to learn how to handle Export Particle Data to Blueprint. Sample Download Japanese version： 🤍 Sample Data： 🤍 Article：🤍 00:00 Intro 00:35 What is Niagara? 02:22 Practice! Creating Particles 03:14 Niagara Collision 10:05 Niagara Barrage 13:16 Sample data 14:16 Ending Recommended Videos≫ Let's enjoy the new effects tool, Niagara! ～A breakdown of Niagara's examples 🤍 Content Examples： 🤍 Sample of fireworks (Mr. Mamesuo)： 🤍 Sound materials used：OtoLogic(🤍) Picture materials used：Irasutoya(🤍) Thank you for reading. Twitter: 🤍 A collection of tips for creating 2D dot art games in UE4. 🤍
This is a tutorial video on how to make a simple but high performing crowd system inside of Unreal Engine using the open sourced Vertex Animation Toolkit here: 🤍 Example project here: 🤍 Using this and Mixamo characters/anims, you can get a crowd going and it will cost you nothing This is a very cool technique to leverage your gpu to add complex motion to static meshes all by storing the motion data in textures Also covered is how to make instanced static meshes and add variation across them using materials #unrealengine #crowdsystem
I recently purchase a Flock plugin in the unreal engine marketplace It was not just a great tool for doing some amazing flocks FX, but it comes with a Simple VAT animation converter in Engine. Here is an example result, I used it to convert a fox running animation to vertex animation texture animation. Super simple to set up. No need to jump to other DCC like Houdini or 3d Max to do the conversion. Thanks to Justin Kiesskalt. Here is the link to his plugin: 🤍 I also write a blog about how I set this up if you want to check it out. Link: 🤍
Next up in our exploration of UE5, we’ll be discussing fluid simulation! Niagara is jam packed with incredible features that can create stunning visuals, so come watch these magicians work as we discuss ways to bring any project to life. ANNOUNCEMENT POST: 🤍
Underwater scene testing using the awesome Oceanology plugin for UE4. Still many improvements to be made regarding the flocking system and my lighting plus some great enhancements such as god rays and improved caustics being added to the next release of Oceanology.
In Part 2 of this footprints tutorial, I cover two areas: - how to use footprint masks to blend material attributes or show one material layer beneath another - how to add sand particles every time your foot hits the desert floor 00:00 - Intro 01:59 - Footprint Mask Overview 08:42 - Footprint Material Blend 17:19 - Footprint Sand Particle FX Make sure you've completed part 1 of this tutorial on footprints at 🤍
Trying to create some flocking behaviour, and getting a little distracted by spirals along the way... Links and Resources: Project source: 🤍 Boids paper: 🤍 Points on a sphere: 🤍 Fish shader: 🤍 and 🤍 If you'd like to support the creation of more programming videos, I'd greatly appreciate your support on patreon: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:26 The three rules of being a boid 1:44 Obstacle avoidance 3:03 Getting sidetracked by spirals 6:12 Back to obstacle avoidance 6:55 Obstacle course and optimization 7:47 Swimming with the fishies Music: "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License 🤍