|11 November 2005||#1|
Lord of the posts
Stockport, United Kingdom
Join Date: Feb 2004
Expresso Maths problem
please can someone put me out of my misery and help me solve this problem, I have a range mapper with an input of min: 0 max: 2 and the output needs to be zero when the input equals zero and 100 when the input equals one and back to zero when the the input eqauls two. Is this posible with a range mapper or do I need to use more than one and some kind of bolean to switch it over, thanks,
|11 November 2005||#2|
Björn Dirk Marl
Maxon Computer GmbH
Join Date: Sep 2002
use two range mappers and an add node.
The first Range mapper is set to an input range of 0 - 0.5 the second to 0.5 - 1
The output range of the first is set to 0 - 1 and for the second it's 0 - (-1)
Set both rangemappers to clamp upper and lower, add the result of the two nodes and feed your value o 0 - 1 in both range mappers.
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|11 November 2005||#3|
Of the West
Cactus Dan Libisch
Freelance Character TD
Join Date: Apr 2003
Here's one way you can do it.
The Condition node is set to "greater than 1" (input > 1).
The first Range Mapper is set to input 0 to 1 and output 0 to 100.
The second Range Mapper is set to input 1 to 2 and output 100 to 0.
Edit: oops sorry, it looks like Srek already answered your question before I could finish on the reply. (I'm a bit slow I reckon)
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Last edited by Cactus Dan : 11 November 2005 at 10:26 PM.
|11 November 2005||#5|
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