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Live Answer Time, Saturdays Noon CDT

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On Saturdays from Noon to 1PM Central time I will be available on Google Hangout and attempt to answer/solve/demonstrate any A:M question you may have.


1PM-2PM Eastern time
12 Noon to 1PM Central time
11AM-12 Noon Mountain time
10AM-11AM Pacific time

5PM Saturday Greenwich Mean Time (while US is on Daylight Saving Time)

You will need your Google account and a microphone. You don't need a camera, I don't have one either but we can show each other what we are doing with screen sharing.


To access the Google Hangout, click on this link.

https://hangouts.google.com/call/cV_AN2YYtHmerYqal5ptAAEE

  • You will need to be signed into your Google account.
  • Your browser may ask for permission to use your mic.


If possible, please add an avatar image to your Google account so you may appear as something other than a generic icon.

 

Catch up with past Live Answer Times at Live Answer Time... less live archived versions!

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Kat had to borrow a few things from Keekat (hands, feet and tail) in order to celebrate yet another (upcoming) Live Answer Time.

I was trying to channel Nancy for her dress.

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We'll be swimming in information at Live Answer Time on Saturday August 8, 2020 at 12 Noon CDT.

If we have time we will add elbows, knees and heels to last week's discussion of the FK-IK arm.

 

Long-time mermaid Esther Williams was born on August 8 in 1921

 

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I'm hoping to attend.

Also interested in your preference of the TSM2 spine above all others.....(but maybe that is a topic for one whole session. )

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Here are the use-of-expressions tuts I mentioned at LAT today.

@Tom

@KingVidiot

@johnl3d

@Roger

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I did a tut for another forum member on using random in this thread...

https://forums.hash.com/topic/43949-random-wiggle-bone-rotation/?tab=comments#comment-378170

David has one in that thread also.

 

David has his Expression Quickstart tuts here...

https://forums.hash.com/topic/48744-expressions-quickstart-tutorials/?tab=comments#comment-417444

 

 

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@Tom

@KingVidiot

@johnl3d

@Roger

I'll note that the TechRef has an explanation of Expressions and definitions of all the available Expression "functions" at pg 171

If you don't have it already, the TechRef can be downloaded from the FTP...

ftp://ftp.hash.com/pub/docs/

 

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If you made it to the point in Math (algebra?) in school where functions, in which one or more input values yield one output value, were discussed, Expressions will make a bit more sense.

They are a way to collect parameter values from your A:M universe, maybe do some math on them, and use them to create a new value for a parameter.

They are useful for connecting things for which a regular constraint does not exist.

You could tie the intensity of a light to the rotation of a bone.

You could change the color of a material in relation to the scaling of an object.

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Thanks will check it out  ..need new tinkering idea 

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