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Is there a way to get height info of any geometry in geometry node editor?

For example, here I am using a 'Object Info' node to get a geometry. I want to get the height of that object.

Object Info Node

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Yes. Probably two most reasonable options are:

  • Difference of Bounding Box minimum and maximum, separating out Z component
  • Statistical range of Z component of position for all vertices

Below I use both techniques to control cube dimensions based on the targeted object's height:

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I apologize for the necropost, but I modified Markus von Broady's bounding box solution because for some reason scale didn't apply to the dimensions when I tried this. My nodes for the bounding box method will get the X, Y, and Z scales of the geometry. The separate XYZ node at the end isn't required, it'll work as just the vector; I just put it there because it suited my needs for one of my projects.

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    $\begingroup$ Thank you for sharing this. There is another cleaner approach with Attribute Statistic Node. You can get the range of Z position of the points in the geometry. $\endgroup$
    – G_Basak
    Aug 4, 2022 at 17:19

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