Can we use distance function on things such as intersections besides union?

ddkim

Why are we blending distance functions?

TejasFX

What is the point of the constant? So that the function doesnâ€™t become too large or?

daria

Do we get a new function from composing d1 with d2 and just draw out the points according to the new function?

dl123

Why blending the distance function can give us the effect of merging to shapes?

snaminen

What does the Boolean union look like? (What shape corresponds to the second equation for f(x)?)

shoes

Would the boolean union just be the circle and the square overlapped with each other?

Coyote

How does this function work? This slide makes it seems like a normal quadratic equation summation. Honestly I'm not sure how this translates to the two shapes above.

I got confused about the function for blending.

Where did the equation on this slide come from?

Can we do something similar for 3D?

Can we use distance function on things such as intersections besides union?

Why are we blending distance functions?

What is the point of the constant? So that the function doesnâ€™t become too large or?

Do we get a new function from composing d1 with d2 and just draw out the points according to the new function?

Why blending the distance function can give us the effect of merging to shapes?

What does the Boolean union look like? (What shape corresponds to the second equation for f(x)?)

Would the boolean union just be the circle and the square overlapped with each other?

How does this function work? This slide makes it seems like a normal quadratic equation summation. Honestly I'm not sure how this translates to the two shapes above.

I am also confused about this function

Why does the equation contain the natural number?