Questions tagged [sverchok]

Sverchok is node-based add-on aimed at Architects and Designers, designed primarily to create parametric geometry.

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Create an object at each vector in a list in Sverchok?

If I have a list of vectors, is it possible to create an object (e.g. a cube) centred on each vector in the list, using Sverchok? If so, how can this be done?
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Would it be possible to get list of index of components BY SELECTION ORDER in Edit Mode?

Not sure if Blender has a built in mechanism that "knows" the order the user selects Objects in 3D view or Components by Index. I wanted to achieve this using Python for later usage incorporated into ...
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How to construct a stretchable array?

I'm new to Blender, and coming from an Acad background; so apologies if my terminology is a little off... I'm trying to construct a 'stretchable array' comprising a module that can stretch and deform ...
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How to group nodes in Sverchok?

From node tree type, I can easily group nodes by easily add Frame (layout>frame). However I use Sverchok add one in which there is no such layout like node tree type at all.
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Sweep along a path through multiple cross-sections

I'm trying to make sweep along a path through multiple cross-sections. Finally got to the point where I managed to place objects along that path in correct orientation - almost. Still have some glitch ...
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Obtain normal map from specific camera and transformation

This may be a long shot, but after researching fruitlessly for about two weeks, I wanted to ask here in the hopes that someone who is a bit more knowledgeable about Blender and computer vision can ...
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Lofting between edges

zeffii recently provided a nice demonstration of using Sverchok to loft between edges (Sweep along a path through multiple cross-sections). I was wondering whether it would be possible to extend this ...