Animate replicators overview
By adding behaviors or keyframes to a replicator or its cells, you can quickly animate the pattern of replicated images in complex, dramatic ways:
Apply Basic Motion or Simulation behaviors to a replicator object to animate an entire replicator pattern as a whole, or to replicator cells to animate each element in the pattern symmetrically. To make replicator elements interact with other objects in your project, apply a Simulation behavior to the replicator or another object (an object that’s not part of the replicator). For example, applying the Orbit Around behavior to an object will cause replicator elements to circle around that object.
Use the Sequence Replicator behavior—a special behavior designed for replicators—to animate individual pattern elements in turn over time, without creating keyframes.
Use Parameter behaviors to animate individual parameters in the Replicator Inspector or Replicator Cell Inspector.
Use keyframes to animate individual parameters in the Replicator Inspector or Replicator Cell Inspector. Or use keyframes in the Properties Inspector to animate a replicator’s position, rotation, or opacity over time.