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Cytoskeleton - sizing

Mesh wireframe thickening using Plankton/Cytoskeleton, updated in response to Wieland's question here:
http://www.grasshopper3d.com/xn/detail/2985220:Comment:1000127

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Comment by Oliver Hampel on July 9, 2015 at 5:31pm

Hi Daniel,

I am looking to control the density of re-meshing. I would like to create areas of denser mesh in some areas then others. Kind of like with attractor points. I have been playing with the latest version of your Mesh Mashine but have not been able to create what I want. The above image looks kind of what I am attempting - is that solely created by the curvature? Can attractor points be used to influence mesh density?

Thank you,

Oliver

"The remeshing can also be based on other criteria than just equal triangles. Reducing triangle size in high curvature areas is an obvious one, but I have a hunch there could also be some interesting ways of basing it not just on geometry"

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