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Alexandra Foster
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Can't separate points generated from Mosquito?

I've tried everything I can possibly think of.  Does anyone know how to separate the points that are on the surface and which are not? I used point pull to the outside points to edge of the curve.…Continue

Tags: me, api, help, surface, separate

Started Mar 19, 2016

 

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peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"Re-start from node 0 by introducing the Horror_opera_Vx series of defs that test the "analytical" way to do it ... and prove ... well ... the obvious. 1. Some random curves represent the paths that viruses could follow. Then cones are made…"
Apr 14, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"1. Yes. Just a nested lists of lists. Right? I thought it was just a hierarchical organization structure. Oh god, how does this work then?"
Apr 11, 2016
peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"1.No 2. Yes (as type <object>: the so called boxing), Requires un boxing for getting the dog for a walk and some sardines for a yummy(?) snack. 3. Dimensions are the indices of the paths: {6;66;666} means: 6th main branch then the 66th…"
Apr 11, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"1. Yes. 2. I would assume so.  As long as you set up the correct parameters, you could dispatch 1 dog, 66 sardines, and perhaps 666 double numbers.  I realize a double number is a parameter for c#, but is it simply an unreferenced, super…"
Apr 11, 2016
peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"PS: When dealing with history (variants of collections) the "-" capability (variantRemove) means: delete (remove from the tree, that is) the first branch according the LIFO/FIFO sorting mode. PS: Before going any further answer these…"
Apr 11, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"See, I'm sorta a big deal here, validation is kind of redundant. Just going to have to take my word as a sign of authenticity."
Apr 11, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"Okey-dokey. Contract signed, now reveal the epic path to greatness!"
Apr 11, 2016
peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"Hmm ... 1. Required paper NOT arrived yet > This is YOUR LAST chance for walking the walk (to greatness). PS: Don't forget to validate your signature. 2. For what interactive means: make a brake from Forms et all and try to understand…"
Apr 11, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"This is blasphemy! This is madness! Super cool though-- I'm liking this soap opera path- absolutely awesome- but how do I make these sort of begin to leave a trace- sort of an impact? I've been trying to weave them, or play with vector…"
Apr 11, 2016
peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"I'm following another path (to glory) but... doing the proper interactive thingy in a manner that you could(?) use(?) it is not that simple (it's your fault: instead or searching the Holly Form you should search the Truth Out There…"
Apr 11, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"OKAY!! So now it's interactive-- how do I weave these together??"
Apr 11, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"So... now I have my people scurrying along the path.  I'm trying to link it with the lovely soap opera file, to see if I can make it dance- if you have any suggestions.... you're opinion is always greatly anticipated and enjoyed!"
Apr 10, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"So now the curves that make the cones are slanted, but they don't really have that "lagging" "springy" quality... any suggestions?"
Apr 10, 2016
peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"Well... 1. appears that an interactive C# demo is unavoidable: Imagine some curves (the paths). Imagine ON3 slider that access any one of them and ONE slider that defines a point on the fly on the selected curve. Imagine some magic that allows you…"
Apr 10, 2016
Alexandra Foster replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"Okay-- what if vortex tubes that are within a certain proximity of one another just end up fusing together or absorbing into one slightly larger vortex- we can just treat it like a single so we don't have to worry about overlapping…"
Apr 10, 2016
peter fotiadis replied to Alexandra Foster's discussion Weaving Catenary/Funicular Meshes in the group Kangaroo
"1. These (i.e. overlapping and NOT "trimmed" each other): make sure that you are changing your tail > this is the path to Oblivion. 2. Individually control items in collections (Lists, Trees, Cats, Doge) i.e. the Holly Grail in…"
Apr 10, 2016

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