Class Name

## CM_Vec2BinaryOperation

Category

math/vec2

math/vec2

Author

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evanspearman (Account age: 4247 days)Extension

ComfyMathLatest Updated

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Perform binary operations on 2D vectors for efficient vector manipulation and analysis in AI art projects.

The `CM_Vec2BinaryOperation`

node is designed to perform binary operations on two 2-dimensional vectors (Vec2). This node allows you to apply various mathematical operations between two vectors, such as addition, subtraction, and more complex operations like dot product and distance calculation. By leveraging this node, you can manipulate and analyze vector data efficiently, making it a valuable tool for tasks that involve vector mathematics in your AI art projects.

The `op`

parameter specifies the binary operation to be performed on the two input vectors. You can choose from a list of predefined operations, such as "Add", "Subtract", "Dot", and "Distance". Each operation has a unique effect on the input vectors, allowing you to perform a wide range of mathematical computations. The available options are defined in the `VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS`

dictionary. There are no minimum or maximum values for this parameter, but it must be one of the predefined operations.

The `a`

parameter represents the first input vector (Vec2) for the binary operation. This vector is a tuple of two floating-point numbers, typically representing coordinates or other 2D data. The values of this vector directly impact the result of the binary operation. There are no specific minimum or maximum values for the components of this vector, but they should be valid floating-point numbers.

The `b`

parameter represents the second input vector (Vec2) for the binary operation. Similar to the `a`

parameter, this vector is a tuple of two floating-point numbers. The values of this vector, in conjunction with the `a`

vector, determine the outcome of the binary operation. There are no specific minimum or maximum values for the components of this vector, but they should be valid floating-point numbers.

The output parameter of the `CM_Vec2BinaryOperation`

node is a vector (Vec2) resulting from the specified binary operation on the input vectors `a`

and `b`

. This output vector is a tuple of two floating-point numbers, representing the result of the operation. The interpretation of the output values depends on the chosen operation. For example, if the "Add" operation is selected, the output vector will be the element-wise sum of the input vectors.

- To perform a dot product operation, select "Dot" as the
`op`

parameter. This will return a scalar value representing the dot product of the two input vectors. - For calculating the distance between two points represented by vectors, choose "Distance" as the
`op`

parameter. This will return a scalar value representing the Euclidean distance between the two points.

**Explanation**: The`op`

parameter value is not one of the predefined operations in the`VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS`

dictionary.**Solution**: Ensure that the`op`

parameter is set to a valid operation, such as "Add", "Subtract", "Dot", or "Distance".

**Explanation**: The input vectors`a`

and`b`

are not valid Vec2 tuples or contain non-numeric values.**Solution**: Verify that both`a`

and`b`

parameters are tuples of two floating-point numbers and that all components are valid numeric values.

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