Introduction of curves and surfaces, Computer Graphics

Introduction of Curves and Surfaces

This section has covered the methods of generating polygons, closed and curves surfaces. Under those methods we have discussed different type of polygonal representational methods as tables, equations. In such method, curves and surfaces after having brief discussion upon mathematical representations of the curve via polynomial and parametric equation we have discussed the matter of Bezier curves and their also applications. In the ending of the section we have discussed the idea of surface of revolution that helps in generating 2-D and 3-D surfaces from 1-D and 2-D geometries.

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