I’ve seen on the channel that someone uses grasshopper to
make the orbital motion track is used as an attractor.
Does anyone know how to make the orbital tracker?
Just by pressing a button, he started to circle himself.
3. Attach minimal versions of all the relevant files
(FORUM ERROR MSG: Body is too similar to what you recently posted)
One simple way is to use Timer and Data Recorder.
Try to activate the Timerblock when you open the attached gh file.
Obital Attractor_re.gh (11.5 KB)
So amazing! thanks
Using Data Recorder and Mass Addition is far less than ideal for a timer. A better way is a Python timer from @AndersDeleuran:
In the process of composing this reply, however, I’ve just discovered an interference anomaly when a conventional GH Timer is added to the model and connected to a slider; there is no effect if the Timer is disabled or disconnected from the slider:
GHPython_Timer_interference.gh (6.0 KB)
In fact, if you have two Python timers on the canvas, both are affected by the shorter interval of the two.
P.S. Here is a way to use it in your model:
Obital Attractor_2020Mar4a.gh (14.4 KB)
You can also use Satellite fr nudibranch plugin.
Obital Attractor_reV2.gh (11.2 KB)