Important: This is a simplified version of the node tree I have to help better visualize my question.
I have a
collection node consisting of cubes, cylinders and spheres that I randomize as instances on a grid. I duplicate this layer with a
translate instances, so that two layers are created, of which I place one lower on the Z-axis (see images below).
I would like the instances on the bottom layer to be re-seeded, so that the instances are not in the same way ordered as in the top layer. I could duplicate the whole first layer and then re-seed on-top of both, but then the computing power of my actual node tree would become too heavy. Is there a way to re-seed the instances of the bottom layer after the
instance on points node of my node tree?