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I have three geometries, two point geometries emit particles in a line, like a laser beam, and the third is a plane.

I could set the third, the mirror, to collide with the two particle streams. Now, I want to have that one of the two particles emitted from one of the two surfaces does not collide while the other particle stream does collide.

Can I set the collision on the mirror dependent on the particle emitter?

I have attached my attempt, which is difficult to see. What you see there are a blue beam a green beam and a red beam colinear on a semi transparent mirror. Here, I want to make the mirror reflecting only the red particle stream and passing though the both others.

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Final:

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Overview:

You can use Collision Groups to choose which Emitter will collide with which surface.

In this example I've created 3 Groups.

  1. Blue Emitter with blue Collision plane.
  2. Red Emitter with red Collision plane.
  3. Green Emitter with green Collision plane.

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Last thing to do is to choose in respective Emitter under Particles tab > Physics section desired Group.

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