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  • 1. Pratt Institute _School of Architecture _Sensation Tectonics Arch 522C.09/.10: _Introduction to 3D Modeling and Visualization_Instructor: _Robert Brackett _Robert.Brackett3@gmail.com_Instruction: _Tuesdays , 6:00 – 9:00_Credits: _03_Classification: _Elective
  • 2. Topology _the nurbs surface_Non Uniform Rational B-Splines
  • 3. Topology _the nurbs surface
  • 4. Topology _design
  • 5. Topology _the nurbs surface_Continuity & Patches
  • 6. Topology _the nurbs surface_Manifolds_Riemannian ManifoldsTo measure distances and angles on manifolds, the manifold must beRiemannian. A Riemannian manifold is a differentiable manifold inwhich each tangent space is equipped with an inner product 〈⋅,⋅〉in a manner which varies smoothly from point to point. Given twotangent vectors u and v, the inner product 〈u,v〉 gives a realnumber. The dot (or scalar) product is a typical example of an innerproduct. This allows one to define various notions such as length,angles, areas (or volumes), curvature, gradients of functions anddivergence of vector fields.
  • 7. Topology _the nurbs surface
  • 8. Topology _the nurbs surface
  • 9. Topology _the Moebius Strip
  • 10. Topology _the Moebius Strip
  • 11. Topology _the Klein Bottle_ A Klein Bottle is a 4-Dimensional topography that cannot beembedded within 3-Dimensional space. The surface has somevery interesting properties, such as being one-sided, like theMoebius strip; being closed, yet having no "inside" like a torusor a sphere; and resulting in two Moebius strips if properly cutin two.
  • 12. Topology _the Klein Bottle
  • 13. Topology
  • 14. Topology _Thickening the Surface
  • 15. Topology _Thickening the Surface
  • 16. Topology _The Human Ear
  • 17. Topology _The Human Ear
  • 18. Topology _The Human Ear
  • 19. The Dissected Body
  • 20. Topology _from Surface to Flesh
  • 21. Topology _Andreas Vesalius
  • 22. Flesh
  • 23. Flesh
  • 24. Flesh
  • 25. Flesh
  • 26. Flesh
  • 27. Flesh
  • 28. Flesh
  • 29. Flesh
  • 30. Flesh
  • 31. Flesh
  • 32. Flesh
  • 33. Flesh
  • 34. Flesh

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