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1st image = correct
instance endpoints on object

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2nd image = incorrect
instance endpoints not on object at new location
seems they still target the original location

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watdo

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  • $\begingroup$ seems i need to include the object info's location data but idk what to plug it into. also just realized i didn't even include the proximity nodes in the first image lol. i'll share the node setup to whoever is willing to help. $\endgroup$
    – meep
    Commented Jan 31 at 23:02
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    $\begingroup$ Could you provide your Blender file using blend-exchange.com ? And to be sure I get what is the difference between "correct" and "incorrect", you try to draw some electrical arcs between some rotating (?) blade (?) tips and the surrounding wire frame ? $\endgroup$ Commented Jan 31 at 23:06
  • $\begingroup$ @StefLAncien i attached the file above. you'll see what i mean by correct/incorrect when you open the file, just press play and watch the arcs. correct = arc endpoints extending from blade, targeting wireframe. incorrect = arc endpoints targeting original wireframe location when moved. select all "main" collection objects and rotate on z axis about 100 degrees to create the error shown above in image 2. thanks for the help. $\endgroup$
    – meep
    Commented Feb 1 at 16:27
  • $\begingroup$ Using Blender 3.6.5, I failed to reproduce the "incorrect" solution. I selected the "main" collection (in Outliner: RMB/Select Objects), then I rotated it (in 3DViewport: R/Z/100). It looks very much the same as original view, before rotation. However, I noticed () without and with rotation) that some arcs are extending outside of the wireframe, as if the proximity node is failing. But I have to dig more in your GN graph to understand if this is an error, or because of some other "randomizers"... $\endgroup$ Commented Feb 2 at 8:40

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It seems you're pointing here to an object that acts as a ghost and partially exists:

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Use "Torus.001" instead and that should solve the issue.

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