Example Node: Compound
Encapsulation of one more other nodes into a single node entity. The compound node doesn’t have any functionality of its own, it is merely a wrapper for a set of nodes that perform a complex task. It presents a more limited set of input and output attributes than the union of the contained nodes to make it seem as though a single node is performing a higher level function. For example a compound node could present inputs a, b, and c, and outputs root1 and root2 at the compound boundary, wiring up simple math nodes square, squareRoot, add, subtract, times, and divided_by in a simple way that calculates quadratic roots. (root1 = divide(add(b, square_root(subtract(square(b), times(4, times(a, c))))))) (root2 = divide(subtract(b, square_root(subtract(square(b), times(4, times(a, c)))))))
To use this Node, you must enable
omni.graph.examples.cpp in the Extension Manager.