The core concept of the app is a graph. Graphs represent logic that computes geometry primitives (and other data), which flows through the graph.

A graph is a collection of two main elements:

  1. Nodes

    • Individual nodes represent compute functions, like the creation of a polygonal box primitive, a noise generator, or the act of joining two curves.
    • This graph has most nodes that exist within the app. Check it out!
    • More information can be found in the Node conecept section.
  2. Connections

    • Connections represent the relationship between an output of one node, and the output of another node.
    • More information can be found in the Connection concept section.

Together, nodes and connections represent the flow of geometry and data to generate and compute an authored output.