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October 8th, 2017, 03:36 PM   #1
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Is it possible to define N-dimensional blobs with control points and a few configs?

I'm trying to dynamically generate N-dimensional blobs with X number of control points.

Here's somewhat of an illustration of what I'm talking about.

Here you can see 4 control points in a handful of examples.
-The red represents control points that define the general shape of the blob.
-The orange-blob is a chosen "distance" from green geometry. (maybe this is some parameter in the function)
-The yellow is just showing other potential distances.
-The blue lines are just there to represent and emphasize the effects of the "Blobness" parameter.

I don't how to do this. I don't know how to generate a blob with control points in any number of dimensions.
I can do it with 1 control point, but that's just a sphere.

This isn't for homework. I have this hunch-theory, and it requires these blobs
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