I was going through this tutorial in youtube in grid distortion :
I am able to understand the GH definition till the point where we create the attractor point,
but don’t understand the logic from where we start to deconstruct the points, kindly help
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The grid is in the XZ plane and all points have Y=0, which is never changed in this model. The attractor point “repels” all the grid points in both X and Z directions (in blue, below). So by deconstructing the grid points and replacing the distorted X values with the original X for each point, distortion is confined to only the Z direction (vertical), not the horizontal (X). All the yellow points remain vertically aligned with the original grid.