No diminishing (2 Units ver)
With diminishing the ripples (3Units ver)
- A few sentences describing your modeling approach
Firstly, I attempted to validate my dynamo by simulating it with small input numbers. However, it unexpectedly crashed on occasion, prompting me to conclude that it would be advisable to create backups prior to any modifications or additions to the system.
Once the program was confirmed, I established a range of 0 to 100 with 50 increments for each axis. This resulted in 2,500 points to create the water body.
I positioned the pebble point at the center of the field, precisely at coordinates (50, 50).
In order to enhance the visibility of the waves, I adjusted the number of waves to 25.
I weighted the cylinder height by the diminishing factor as below.
Additionally, I set the base offset to 10 to prevent null values from being generated for the heights of the cylinders. During the adjustment process, I referred to the values generated by the node for the sin wave calculation.
Finally, I retrofitted the function responsible for generating mass objects, as demonstrated below.
Overall, I believe that Dynamo is a valuable tool for producing a variety of building design patterns and can significantly reduce the amount of time required for repetitive modeling tasks.