OK, here’s the next silly attempt.
I have a bunch of curves (“rays”) pointing out from the center of a mesh sphere with a somewhat irregular surface. I want the mesh sphere to cut the “rays”. But a mesh doesn’t seem to be capable of cutting curves(?).
What I am trying to do is to measure the TOTAL length of all the cutted curves, and divide that length with the number of curves (in this case 19). And what would the result represent? (Hint: The Ave. Rage. Ra. Dius. Of the irregular spherical surface. Ahum.)
So how do I achieve my goal, if I absolutely cannot cut my “rays”?
(If not obvious, the green paper plane is only there to illustrate how the rays are distributed towards the mesh surface (from a center point). Like a cross, that is.)
I would like to become a very, very, very happy Rhino user.