Class Name

## CM_Vec3BinaryOperation

Category

math/vec3

math/vec3

Author

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evanspearman (Account age: 4247 days)Extension

ComfyMathLatest Updated

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Perform binary operations on 3D vectors for mathematical and geometric computations, simplifying complex manipulations.

The `CM_Vec3BinaryOperation`

node is designed to perform binary operations on two 3-dimensional vectors (Vec3). This node is particularly useful for mathematical and geometric computations where you need to combine or compare two vectors. By leveraging predefined operations, it simplifies complex vector manipulations, making it easier for you to achieve desired results without delving into intricate mathematical formulas. This node is essential for tasks that involve vector arithmetic, such as graphics programming, physics simulations, and 3D modeling, providing a straightforward way to execute operations like addition, subtraction, and more.

This parameter specifies the binary operation to be performed on the two input vectors. The available options are predefined operations that can be applied to Vec3 types. The choice of operation determines how the vectors `a`

and `b`

will be combined or compared. For example, you might choose an operation like addition or subtraction. The exact list of operations can be found in the `VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS`

dictionary. This parameter is crucial as it defines the nature of the computation.

This parameter represents the first 3-dimensional vector (Vec3) input for the binary operation. It is one of the two vectors that will be processed by the selected operation. The vector should be provided in the form of a tuple or list containing three numerical values, corresponding to the x, y, and z components. The accuracy and relevance of the output depend significantly on the values provided for this vector.

This parameter represents the second 3-dimensional vector (Vec3) input for the binary operation. Similar to the `a`

parameter, it should be a tuple or list containing three numerical values for the x, y, and z components. This vector, along with vector `a`

, will be used in the binary operation defined by the `op`

parameter. The values of this vector directly influence the result of the operation.

The output of this node is a 3-dimensional vector (Vec3) resulting from the binary operation performed on the input vectors `a`

and `b`

. The output vector is a tuple containing three numerical values representing the x, y, and z components. This result can be used in subsequent nodes or processes that require vector data, enabling further mathematical or graphical computations.

- Ensure that both input vectors
`a`

and`b`

are correctly formatted as tuples or lists with three numerical values each to avoid errors. - Familiarize yourself with the available operations in the
`VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS`

dictionary to select the most appropriate one for your task. - Use this node in combination with other vector nodes to build complex mathematical models or simulations.

**Explanation**: This error occurs when the specified operation in the`op`

parameter is not found in the`VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS`

dictionary.**Solution**: Verify that the operation name is correctly spelled and exists in the`VEC_BINARY_OPERATIONS`

dictionary.

**Explanation**: This error happens when the input vectors`a`

or`b`

are not provided in the correct format (i.e., not tuples or lists of three numerical values).**Solution**: Ensure that both`a`

and`b`

are tuples or lists containing exactly three numerical values each.

**Explanation**: This error can occur if the selected operation involves division and one of the components in vector`b`

is zero.**Solution**: Check the values in vector`b`

to ensure that no component is zero when performing division operations.

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