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Anybody Houdini here? I don't really know where to start. I intend to use it to create digital assets to import in Unity. The procedural workflow seems sweet but it doesn't look like it used a lot. Why?
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I know houdini but I use it in a cg/vfx context. Game artists seem to think it's not used a lot for some reason but it's quite widely used actually in my field.

http://www.tokeru.com/cgwiki/index.php?title=HoudiniGettingStarted
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>>527630

After seeing what it can do inside UE4, looks like I'll be on 1 meal a day from here on out. I love and hate these subscriptions.
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>>527630
Seconded. I know a few researchers that use it for simulations, but can't think of anyone other than the Uncharted 4 guys that use it for games.



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