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Short Summary

I am trying to interpolate through multiple surfaces, using the Sverchok addon. Essentially, I'm looking for a way to replicate the functionality of the Surface Lerp node, but for more than two surfaces.

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Consider this node setup, which I started with:

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In order to interpolate between these surfaces I then made this:

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Which is great, I could then use the t value in the Vector Interpolation node to interpolate a surface at that t value. However, I want to take this a step further by passing a number range into the t value like so:

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Which produces:

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When the expected result should look like:

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And so this is where I'm stuck, and my question is, how can I pass a number range into the Vector Interpolation node, so that I can have multiple interpolated surfaces?

Thanks,

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Ok, was able to figure it out finally:

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