Rhino has this cool tool called TweenCurve and TweenSurface
Is there a quick way to replicate this tweening functionality for parameters?
1. Mstn Parametric Solid Extrusion A. Length parameter= 1.0m, located at say 0,0,0.
2. Mstn Parametric Solid Extrusion B. Length parameter= 5.0m, , located at say 15,15,0.
3. Drop GC Tween Node in Symbolic View. Select Mstn Solid A and B.
4. Select Parametric Solid parameter to tween. Enter Number of tweens. Default: Tween node calculates x,y,z distance between the two selected elements.
5. User confirms. Tween node does the tweening. Edit: the tween'd solids' extrusion lengths would interpolate between 1.0m and 5.0m, and the new solids be located between A & B with equal spacings as a default.
6. User uses Move command to move Solid A. Tween node updates the tweened elements.
7. User uses Move command to move Solid B. Tween node updates the tweened elements.
Rhino has this tool natively not via grasshopper which is equivalent to GC. I suggest tween curves/surfaces should be normal command in MSTN because its very useful ....
It would be good to have a geometric TweenCurve and TwenSurface ala Rhino.
The tweening we are looking at here is more about tweening the parameters.
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