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          CCDIK

          Describes how to access and use the CCDIK Skeletal Control node to set up and control IK chains.

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          The?CCDIK?(Cyclic Coordinate Descent Inverse Kinematics)?Skeletal Control node is a light-weight IK solver (similar to FABRIK ) typically used to drive?a chain of bones. Unlike FABRIK however,?CCDIK provides the ability to?define angular constraints which can prove useful if you want to limit rotations of any of those bones during the solve.?

          The?CCDIK?node can be used to drive procedural animations like the illustrated below:?

          In the video above, we use the?Solver section of the?CCDIKnode's properties and set the Root Bone of our character to the left shoulder. We then set the Tip Bone to the last digit on our character's index finger. When we adjust the Effector Location, the IK solver takes over, and each of the bones in the chain follow, based on the Rotation Limit Per Joints values we defineThese angular limits prevent bones from rotating awkwardly and some adjustments to the values (on a per bone basis) may be needed to achieve your desired results.??

          Input and Output Pins

          Listed below are the available?Input and?Output pins for the?CCDIK node:

          CCDIK_Node.png

          Pin Type

          Description

          Input Pins

          Effector Location

          Coordinates for the target location of the assigned Tip Bone (if?Effector Location Space?is set to?Bone). This will be the offset from the Target Bone to use as Target Location.

          Component Pose

          The input pose to be transformed.

          Alpha

          A float value in the range [0.0, 1.0] to use as the alpha value to determine the weighting of the Transform applied by the Skeletal?Control. A value of 0.0 gives full weighting to the input pose, while a value of 1.0 gives full weighting to the control's computed Transform.

          Output Pins

          Component Pose

          The final pose after the Transform has been applied.

          Node Properties

          Below are the properties available when using the?CCDIK?node which are available from the?Details panel:?

          CCDIK_Details.png

          Option

          Description

          Effector Location

          (As pin) Effector Location

          Whether to show this property as a pin on the node.

          Effector Location Space

          Which coordinate space to set the position of the bone (World Space, Component Space, Parent Bone Space, or Bone Space).

          Effector Target

          If the Effector Transform Space is a bone, this is the target bone to use.

          Solver

          Tip Bone

          Bone to designate at the Tip Bone (or final Bone) in the chain.

          Root Bone

          Bone to designate as the Root Bone (or initial Bone)?in the chain.

          Precision

          Tolerance for final tip location delta from the Effector Location.

          Max Iterations

          Maximum number of iterations allowed (used to control performance).

          Start from Tail

          Whether to draw the axes to debug joint rotation.

          Enable Rotation Limit

          Tolerance for final tip location delta from Effector Location.

          Rotation Limit Per Joints

          Symmetry rotation limit per bone. Index 0 matches with the Root Bone and the last index matches with the Tip Bone.

          Performance

          LOD Threshold

          Max Level of Detail?(LOD) that this node is allowed to run.

          Alpha

          Alpha Input Type

          Define the Alpha Input Type (Float Value, Boolean Value, or Anim Curve Value).

          (As pin)

          Enable to?show the?Alpha?property as a pin on the node. Disable to remove it from being displayed as a pin.

          Example: Button Press

          In the video below, we use the?CCDIK?node and some Blueprint to make the character press a button on the wall.?

          Below in the AnimGraph of our Animation Blueprint, we use the CCDIK node with the Effector Location being driven from the location of the button inside our Level. If the player is in range of the button and presses the corresponding key, we blend to the pose that uses the CCDIK node, causing the character to reach for the Effector Location (pressing the button).?

          Click image for full view.

          Below we assign the clavicle_l (left shoulder) as the Root Bone and the index_03_l (last digit on the left index finger)?as the Tip Bone as our bone chain. We also define use the?Rotation Limit Per Joints section to constrain how much rotation is applied to each bone.?

          CCDIK_Example_Details.png

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