I am interested in a part of the graph:
how are the stairs created? - 1:56min - 1:59min
nice that they go round the corner (similar to “follow me” tool in SU) - so not the stairs themselves but the functionality “follow me” (changing the length of some object, it does not go straight but round the corner…follows the line of other object…)
Hi, looking at your graph there, you’ve got the right idea in using a profile, the puzzle lies in how we utilise that profile on the curve.
This is why I used the copy using vectors node in my example above. We can use the points, normals, tangents etc. of the curve to inform us where to place and orientate profiles. Otherwise the profiles have no knowledge of how to be placed on the curve.
I’ll admit that this does breach into more technical know-how and that the graph could support some better array (“follow me”) tools. I’ll make a note of it to our team!
As for the 0-1 and “unit” difference, use the ‘range’ node this will allow you to map a range of values to another range of values.