This is a follow up post to Bezier Curves. My plan was to write a post about b-splines and nurbs next, but after looking into them deeper, I found out they aren’t going to work for my needs so I’m … Continue reading

# Monthly Archives: March 2014

Implicit Surface It’s always R = 0 where R is a function of one or more variables. Like the unit circle equation: x^2 + y^2 -1 = 0. Parametric Surface The components of the output are based on some parameter … Continue reading

Bezier curves are pretty cool. They were invented in the 1950s by Pierre Bezier while he was working at the car company Renault. He created them as a succinct way of describing curves mathematically that could be shared easily with … Continue reading