Toronto Technical Evening: Building Fluid Solvers from Scratch
Designed for artists that want to understand how fluid solvers work, this technical evening will walk through the process of creating both grid and particle-based fluid solvers from scratch. Focus is placed on the visual effect of the various microsolvers, not the mathematics, in the hopes of demystifying what is often treated as an impenetrable black box.
Jeff Lait is a Senior Mathematician at Side Effects Software where he has spent the last ten years working on areas ranging from Geometry Operators to RBD to Fluid Simulations.
As always, we'll be providing refreshments.
All attendees must register by noon on Thursday, May 17 as we will need to provide our building's security with a copy of our guest list for the evening. Please be sure to check in with the front desk in the foyer before proceeding up to the 14th floor.
If you could not attend the presentation, or would like to revisit it, the video below contains the complete recording from the evening. Below the video, you can also download a copy of the presentation slides along with a few sample files.
DOWNLOAD sample files and slide presentation.