Week 1
Introduction to Modeling
Meshes
Mesh
Mesh
Meshes
Parametric Curves
• In mathematics, a parametric equation of
a curve is a representation of this curve
through equations e...
Parametric Function
Parametric equations are convenient
for describing curves in higherdimensional spaces. For example:
X ...
Surfaces
Mesh to Surface
Mesh to Surface
Mesh to Surface
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W1 intro

  1. 1. Week 1 Introduction to Modeling
  2. 2. Meshes
  3. 3. Mesh
  4. 4. Mesh
  5. 5. Meshes
  6. 6. Parametric Curves • In mathematics, a parametric equation of a curve is a representation of this curve through equations expressing the coordinates of the points of the curve as functions of a variable called a parameter. • a curve is, generally speaking, an object similar to a line but which is not required to be straight
  7. 7. Parametric Function Parametric equations are convenient for describing curves in higherdimensional spaces. For example: X = a cos(t) Y = a sin(t) Z = bt describes a three-dimensional curve, the helix, which has a radius of a and rises by 2πb units per turns
  8. 8. Surfaces
  9. 9. Mesh to Surface
  10. 10. Mesh to Surface
  11. 11. Mesh to Surface

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