Use Newton 2 to Create Dynamic Simulations for 3D Objects in Ae

Consequence Video Designs’s Gardner Raymond posts a look into create 3D dynamics in After Effects using the Newton 2 physics engine.

Newton typically is a 2D physics engine for After Effects. With a little bit of work and some clever trickery, you can get both object interaction and dynamic motion right in Ae, all being driven with data from Newton 2.

Check out the original post Accurate 3D Dynamics in After Effects Tutorial over at Consequence Video Designs.

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