I have a particle system with the following layout:
system / emitter / particle
particle is driven by particle data, which contains a range of over lifetime properties, where some can be random between two values or even two curves. to maintain a smooth evaluation between two ranges, i randomize a "lerp offset" on particle init and use that value when evaluating curves. the issue is that i'm using that same offset value for all properties (10ish) and as a result i'm seeing some patterns, which i'd like to remove. The obvious way is to just add more storage for floats, but i'd like to avoid that. The other way is to generate a seed of some sort and a random table, and use that to generate 10 values, ie: start with short/integer, mask it, then renormalize to float 0-1.
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