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This node quantizes the heightfield into discrete cells, defined by the Distance function. The default Euclidian function creates basalt pillar-like shapes.


Node Properties
SettingDescription
ScaleThe relative size of the cellular subdivision.
ChaosThe general randomness of the subdivision. Low values create systematic cells; high values cause the cells to widely differ both in shape and number of sides.
SeedThe randomization pattern or seed for the node's process.
FunctionThe distance function used to determine the cell shape.
Euclidean : Euclidean creates sharp, angular cells.
Manhattan : Manhattan creates slightly unnatural multi-angled shapes, which can be quite useful when processed further.
Shepards : Shepards provides stark peaks and sinkholes.
Hybrid : Euclidean-Manhattan hybrid merges both distancing functions equally.

Examples