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Chapter 11. Effects in Action > Simulation Effects

Simulation Effects

Simulation effects mimic the behavior of natural phenomena, such as the refraction of light through water or a material shattered by a percussive force. These effects work best in conjunction with one another, or include extensive sets of properties. Space considerations allow for only a quick rundown of these effects here.


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