I was looking at some sample scripts for hexagonal grids with varying cell densities and came across the below using Kangaroo by @DanielPiker:
In order to allow the pattern to act like a mass spring system, the set of cells/curves are flattened and fed into the kangaroo engine. I’m wondering if there’s any way of getting the data structure back after the system reaches equilibrium (such that one can still query each cell as a polyline)?
In addition, since this was from 2011, might anyone have other thoughts on achieving a hex grid with varying density?
Is there a path in transforming circle packing to hexagonal grid (instead of delaunay/voronoi)?