In this video tutorial dedicated on Cinema 4D, we will learn how to use Mograph and its effectors to create morphing transitions between different objects constituted of 3D particles.

We'll look at how to use the Inheritance effector to obtain a parametric morphing animation between  two different text elements,  making in sort that the MoText content can be changed in a single click.

We'll use texts although this technique should work on any 3D objects which has a mesh that is sufficiently defined to identify its shape, once our particles are generated on each vertex.

We'll see how to change the  the colors on the fly, and how to switch particle type, which can consists of any type of 3D object. We'll conclude by looking at how to create different variations, like the ones featured in this tutorial demo video (simple flat particles and particles composed of all the letters in the alphabet).