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Stupid question 17/49675 in an infrequent series

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valhallen
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Stupid question 17/49675 in an infrequent series

How do I get a bounding box from a mesh in the graph?  Calculate it? Bring it in as an attribute?

This seems so simple I'm missing something?

 

Thanks in advance embarassment

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jonah.friedman
in reply to: valhallen

We could definitely use a compound here.

 

get_point_position -> array_bounds will give you min and max in vectors, which together define the bounds. 

Jonah Friedman
Bifrost Product Manager
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jonah.friedman
in reply to: valhallen

Here's a compound that returns the min, max, and a cube geometry representing the bounds if that's what you want. 

get_point_bounds.png

Jonah Friedman
Bifrost Product Manager
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valhallen
in reply to: jonah.friedman

Yeah, that's the road I was heading down 🙂

Thank you

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