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Register for this webinar, where Luis Miguel Mora will be showing and demoing the latest features for RealFlow 2015. From the use of the new DYVERSO solvers, Spreadsheets, Crown Daemon, Spline nodes, to the openVDB meshing and Hybrido improvements. He will also be sharing some RealFlow tips&tricks.
The webinar is free and will last about one hour and a half, including the Q & A session.