algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Attractors based on distance naturally tend to make the the thing they are closest to smaller because the distance is smaller. Anyone know how to reverse this so the closer items are bigger? Is it a situation of reordering the list?

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I think I already said:

- you need to either select one of th multiple attractors to work on each circle/point or

- you need to combine the contributions of each attractor to each circle/point


Hello Michael,

Well this example is not using a point attractor but rather a curve.


i dont know if you have seen it yet. but it shows towards the end of the video that what ever circles are closest to the curve they get larger. Maybe you can use this technique and try it for your own excersise.

Ha! just noticed this post was almost a year old.. Im sure by now you figured it out.









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