AJ Hoffman-Assignment #3

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In this definition, a default hex grid is manipulated by an attractor point set by the user. This deforms the cells of the grid based on the distance between the attractor point and the vertices of the original grid. From there, the deformed grid is mapped upon a user defined surface. The hex grid is then subdivided into triangles to create a pattern. The definition then offsets the grid and lofts the two surfaces. The user then converts the final outputted geometry into a MESH and then welds it using the standard weaverbird definition and plugin.

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