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June 16, 2013

Normalizing spline points. (make equidistant)

In college I had the opportunity to learn 3dsMax to a reasonable level. It is great in many ways, and one modifier was particularly nice: the normalize spline modifier. Normalize spline places the curve points at evenly spaced distances. If you don't know why that is awesome, you'll probably have to see it to understand.

Prompted by a post on blender.stackexchange i've started writing a blender version of the modifier, I don't foresee it to be a full blown replica but time permitting it will at least produce a replica polyline (edge mesh) with BGL overlaying points so interaction can help a user decide what distances the points should occur at.

more later.

preview code:

Note: This only draws the verts using BGL at their current locations. A nice short bgl snippet. https://gist.github.com/zeffii/5796615
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Using Sverchok and Scripted Node : https://gist.github.com/zeffii/782e84fbdc8e8f23f64b

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