A Quick Overview of What’s New in Blender 2.82

Remington Markham notes some of the more significant features of Blender 2.82 in just 5 minutes.

A new release of Blender sees a slew of features and improvements, and to list a few of them in under five minutes is Remington Markham (SouthernShotty). The video covers massive additions Blender 2.82, such as the addition of MantaFlow, UDIM support, USD support, and improvements to Albemic.

Physics and Blender 2.82

A new fluid simulation system comes to Blender in MantaFlow. The system handles gas, smoke, fire, and liquid simulations, and it’s designed to replace the existing fluid simulation systems in Blender completely. Mantaflow is an open-source fluid simulation framework developed and maintained at the Games Engineering group of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

Also added to Blender 2.82 are some cloth simulation changes. Most notably, the addition of internal pressure simulations and internal cloth springs. Great for inflating and deflating objects.

About Remington Markham.

Remington Markham is a motion designer and Blender user who shares a lot of tutorials through his Youtube channel and Patreon.

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