I’m trying to animate an object by applying a parametric equation to it, the Lissajous curve: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lissajous_curve

However, I could not find a way to do so in Blender. Is it possible to do so?

I’m trying to animate an object by applying a parametric equation to it, the Lissajous curve: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lissajous_curve

However, I could not find a way to do so in Blender. Is it possible to do so?

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It is possible to recreate any mathematical equation in Blender

The Wikipedia page you linked has a formula for X and Y, so assuming you want to move your object on the X and Y axises, just (in your item sidebar) go to the location XYZ, right click on X and Y, one at a time, and add a driver by using a #. You’ll then want to enter the equation. The *T* for time in your equation you can switch out with *frame*. The rest of the math… you can figure it out, it’s just multiplication and sin, and you can type in #sin(frame) to see that sin works great in Blender

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Thank you! Had no idea about drivers. Thanks for pointing that out, I’m going to dig around a little bit:

https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/animation/drivers/usage.html#add-driver