Hi. I'm trying to create an even distribution on a surface where the density and the scale of the instances change following a map.

Let me explain: in the attached pictures you'll see a full map distribution, with a certain unit density, and a gradient radial map applied on the transform/scale in order to make the boxes smaller in the center of the surface.

What I'm searching for is a way to gradually increase the density toward the center of the surface in order to fill the entire area with the cubes. I mean: where I have small cubes I need a denser distribution, where I have bigger cubes I need a less dense distribution. The final goal is to have the entire surface covered with cubes in a regular distribution (no gaps at all), and the boxes must be small in the center and big at the edges.

Is it possible? Anyone have some suggestions?

Thanks to everyone

Cheers

Let me explain: in the attached pictures you'll see a full map distribution, with a certain unit density, and a gradient radial map applied on the transform/scale in order to make the boxes smaller in the center of the surface.

What I'm searching for is a way to gradually increase the density toward the center of the surface in order to fill the entire area with the cubes. I mean: where I have small cubes I need a denser distribution, where I have bigger cubes I need a less dense distribution. The final goal is to have the entire surface covered with cubes in a regular distribution (no gaps at all), and the boxes must be small in the center and big at the edges.

Is it possible? Anyone have some suggestions?

Thanks to everyone

Cheers