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Imaginality Create Help – Coding v

This video shows how to learn coding (aka computer programming) in Imaginality Create. This includes creating an example scene of a Magnifying Glass that enlarges the Earth, and using the use “V

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Imaginality Create Help – Coding via UI and Manually

Imaginality Create help – interact

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Result called ‘Play Animation’, which will play the stecified animation of the chosen model. You can choose the model to play the animation of &#

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Imaginality Create help – interaction result – play animation

Imaginality Create help – interact

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Result called ‘Stop Animation’, which will stop any playing animations of the chosen model. You can choose the model to stop the animation of 

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Imaginality Create help – interaction result – stop animation

Imaginality Create help – interact

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Trigger called ‘Model Invisible’, which will trigger an Interaction Result if a model is currently invisible. You can choose the model to be chec

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Imaginality Create help – interaction trigger – model invisible

Imaginality Create help – interact

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Trigger called ‘Model Visible’, which will trigger an Interaction Result if a model is currently visible. You can choose the model to be checking

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Imaginality Create help – interaction trigger – model visible

Imaginality Create help – interaction result – play animation

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by on July 2, 2013 at 6:49 am

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Result called ‘Play Animation’, which will play the stecified animation of the chosen model.
You can choose the model to play the animation of – this defaults to the model selected in the ‘3D Models’ list.
You can specify the animation to play by either entering its animation number (e.g. 1, 2, 3), or you can enter its name (e.g. Attack1, Attack2, Idle1).

Note: Not all Models have animations. Imaginality Create comes with some animated 3D Models in the “\My Documents\Imaginality\_Sample 3D Models\Animated” folder. If you look at all the contents of this folder (e.g. in Windows Explorer), you will see the “Ninja.mesh” Model also has a “Ninja Animation Names.txt” document describing all of the available animations for it.

For example, give the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Visible” with a Result of “Play Animation” of the Ninja for ‘Attack1′, then, whenever the Dragon is Visible, the Ninja will play an attack animation.
Then, add a second interaction that gives the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Invisible” with a Result of “Stop Animation” of the Ninja, then, whenever the Dragon disappears (is Invisible), the Ninja will stop its attack animation.

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Imaginality Create help – interaction result – stop animation

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by on July 2, 2013 at 6:49 am

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Result called ‘Stop Animation’, which will stop any playing animations of the chosen model.
You can choose the model to stop the animation of – this defaults to the model selected in the ‘3D Models’ list.
You can specify the animation to stop by either entering its animation number (e.g. 1, 2, 3), or you can enter its name (e.g. Attack1, Attack2, Idle1).

Note: Not all Models have animations. Imaginality Create comes with some animated 3D Models in the “\My Documents\Imaginality\_Sample 3D Models\Animated” folder. If you look at all the contents of this folder (e.g. in Windows Explorer), you will see the “Ninja.mesh” Model also has a “Ninja Animation Names.txt” document describing all of the available animations for it.

For example, give the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Visible” with a Result of “Play Animation” of the Ninja for ‘Attack1′, then, whenever the Dragon is Visible, the Ninja will play an attack animation.
Then, add a second interaction that gives the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Invisible” with a Result of “Stop Animation” of the Ninja, then, whenever the Dragon disappears (is Invisible), the Ninja will stop its attack animation.

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Imaginality Create help – interaction trigger – model invisible

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by on July 2, 2013 at 6:34 am

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Trigger called ‘Model Invisible’, which will trigger an Interaction Result if a model is currently invisible.
You can choose the model to be checking the visibility of – this defaults to the model selected in the ‘3D Models’ list.

For example, give the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Visible” with a Result of “Play Animation” of the Ninja for ‘Attack1′, then, whenever the Dragon is Visible, the Ninja will play an attack animation.
Then, add a second interaction that gives the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Invisible” with a Result of “Stop Animation” of the Ninja, then, whenever the Dragon disappears (is Invisible), the Ninja will stop its attack animation.

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Imaginality Create help – interaction trigger – model visible

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by on July 2, 2013 at 6:34 am

Imaginality Create includes an Interaction Trigger called ‘Model Visible’, which will trigger an Interaction Result if a model is currently visible.
You can choose the model to be checking the visibility of – this defaults to the model selected in the ‘3D Models’ list.

For example, give the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Visible” with a Result of “Play Animation” of the Ninja for ‘Attack1′, then, whenever the Dragon is Visible, the Ninja will play an attack animation.
Then, add a second interaction that gives the Dragon a Trigger of “Model Invisible” with a Result of “Stop Animation” of the Ninja, then, whenever the Dragon disappears (is Invisible), the Ninja will stop its attack animation.

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