Daniel Brassard wrote:
I have created my points and fed to the topo node and set topology of the ICE tree.
I select the fist point in the array. ICE return the index and point coordinates. So far so good.
If I try "find closest points" or "get closest points" feeding the geometry and first point location, I get the origin, not the closest point? I tried other methods, to no avail. It's like the points don't exist (possible) and ICE return the default point coordinate! (I have 600000+ of those points)
If I feed the index manually (0,1,2,-2) to the polygon description port of the topology node, I get the polygon. So the points are there, I just can't access them.
So just to be clear, you've added the vertices without creating polygons, and then set the topology?
In that case, the vertices aren't part of a valid geometry yet, and the geo queries won't really work properly on them. The first thing that comes to mind is to put the positions in an array and find the closest ones in the array.