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  1. Again, glad to help and this is a fun topic with lots of spinoffs.
  2. Glad I can help! Here is a TP version of similar which you can tweak and set up and learn from: TP PSurfacePosition
  3. Even though this is all MoGraph, is this the result you are looking for? Mograph Dynamics
  4. I am not real clear on what you want the particles to do after birth ("and still remain dynamic to the plane") but you can get them to follow the sphere by several differing methods. Two of the ways would be to use either the Dynamics Proximity Node or the GetNearestPoint Node.
  5. I'm a little frustrated so far because I have not been able to set up an automatic rig. I seems like I should be able to add all the global positions using iteration and proxy User Data but so far no joy. At least this file is simple and it works. Xpresso Centering The Mix Node with percentage determined by 1/count works fine but made it more complex than necessary. I put a Vibrate tag on every object for fun. Xpresso Centering
  6. I'm working on an all Xpresso version and I will post it when done in a few days.
  7. Clever! In mine the Mixing Factor should have been 1/index number Here's the corrected file: Xpresso Centering
  8. Or you can do it using the Mix Node: (deleted and corrected file posted in a later note)
  9. You can use PScale on the particles: TP PScale
  10. If you just want to lighten the color of the thin parts you can use Inverse Ambient Occlusion in the Luminance Channel
  11. No I didn't but seeing some of the amazing stuff it will do, I should suck it up and learn it like you have done.
  12. Here's a spinoff from the Mad Computer Scientist (me): TP Dynamics Proximity Jed: I didn't write that incredibly cool Python node, that is way over my head and it's your territory. (I updated my earlier file too) I think Thinking Particles deserves a lot more respect than it gets, as does Xpresso.
  13. I thought I'd share a file which I essentially made accidentally but it taught me a lot. It doesn't use Voronoi Fracture, it uses a Python Voronoi generator. TP Voronoi (file updated)
  14. Are you thinking of the Naming Tool?