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All the modeling shown here was done using a program called 3D Studio max. This is an unbelievable 3D modeling suite of programmes that can do anything. It even has a simulation engine, well two actually, This is how the man falling and the coins in a jar were done. You could never animate the tumble ling and bouncing going on in the action. So a simulation programme simulates gravity, each bone is given a weight and all the coins have a weight and then are released in to a simulated gravity.

3d Graphics

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Simulated animation of man falling down stairs.

This is an example of the 'chaos theory' driven Havok™ simulation engine at work in 3Dstudio.
Animated 3D coin

Animated Pound coin

Animated gif of pound coin. This is a straight animation of a pound coin revolving, modeled in 3D Studio and rendered as a gif image.

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3D Animation of colliding objects

Here the sphere is blown up by a bomb wired to the time line in one case the bomb is placed inside the sphere and in the other just in front of it.

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Simulation of coins falling into a jar.

Once again this is an example of the 'chaos theory' driven Havok™ simulation engine at work in 3Dstudio. It is a true simulation. This is just a recorded animation of the simulation.
3D model of Glass jar

3D Model of a Glass jar

This model is constructed of only one line and a box