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B-spline Curves and Surfaces. Introduction. The Definition and Properties of B-spline Curves. The Derivatives of a B-spline Curve. Until recently B-spline curves and surfaces (NURBS) were principally of interest to the computer aided design community, where they have become the standard . Abstract (en). A method involving modeling a physical surface to enable manufacture of an object incorporating the surface uses discrete data points.
Often, the artists' goal is to get additional value out of assets they have previously created for projects. By doing so, artists can earn more money out of their old content, and companies can save money by downloading pre-made models instead of paying an employee to create one from scratch.
In most cases, the artist retains ownership of the 3d model; the customer only downloads the right to use and present the model. Some artists sell their products directly in its own stores offering their products at a lower price by not using intermediaries.
Over the last several years numerous marketplaces specialized in 3D printing models have emerged. Some of the 3D printing marketplaces are combination of models sharing sites, with or without a built in e-com capability.
Some of those platforms also offer 3D printing services on demand, software for model rendering and dynamic viewing of items, etc. Main articles: 3D printing and Rapid prototyping 3D printing is a form of additive manufacturing technology where a three dimensional object is created by laying down or build from successive layers of material.
A 3D printed part can be edited by simply editing the 3D model. That avoids having to do any additional tooling which can save time and money. As previously mentioned, 3D models can be downloadd from online marketplaces and printed by individuals or companies using commercially available 3D printers, enabling the home-production of objects such as spare parts,  mathematical models,  and even medical equipment.
Currently several industrial standards for exchanging geometric data on the basis of subdivision surfaces are being developed. First of all, they offer general mathematical representation for both analytical geometric objects and freeform curves and surfaces.
Manipulating NURBS control points and weights enable flexible design of a great variety of geometric forms. NURBS curves and surfaces have a clear geometric interpretation that is especially useful and valuable for designers who have a good knowledge of geometry.
NURBS give invariants of scaling, rotating, translating, cutting, constructing parallel and isometric projections [Piegl ].
First of all, it requires more memory: for instance, representing a circle as a NURBS-curve requires defining seven reference points and ten knots, which means saving 38 floating-point numbers instead of seven centre, surface normal, radius.
Incorrect weight function can result in extremely poor parameterisation, which will make further NURBS-based constructs impossible.
Certain algorithms for example, computing an intersection of two surfaces work better in a traditional representation. The key difference between T-splines and NURBS is that reference points of a NURBS-surface must form topological similarity of a rectangular frame, while T-splines can have the so-called inner T-points a reference point with three rather than four neighbors.
T-spline Modeling organic surfaces using T-splines reduces the number of reference points twofold in comparison with NURBS with the same requirements for G2 surface smoothness.
T-splines were invented by Thomas Sederberg [Sederberg ]. In T-Splines, Inc. The recent acquisition of technology assets of T-Splines, Inc.
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Schoenberg, I. This adds much more detail to the surface of a model, especially in conjunction with advanced lighting techniques.
Unit Normal vectors corresponding to the u,v texture coordinate are mapped onto normal maps. Only vectors pointing towards the viewer z: 0 to -1 for Left Handed Orientation are present, since the vectors on geometries pointing away from the viewer are never shown.
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Hence the parts of object directly facing the viewer are light blue. The most common color in a normal map. A normal pointing to top right corner of the texture 1,1,0 is mapped to ,, Hence the top-right corner of an object is usually light yellow. The brightest part of a color map. A normal pointing to right of the texture 1,0,0 is mapped to ,,Each apex of a smaller facet is the arithmetic average of the original apex, the centres of two adjacent edges and the facet centre.
The human virtual models were created by the company My Virtual Mode Inc. Doo-Sabin subdivision surface Post-graduate students at Utah Univestiy, Catmull and Clark, expanded the corner cutting method to construct uniform cubic B-splines [Catmull ].
Historically, the theory of subdivision surfaces started with the work of an American designer Chaikin, who developed a method of iterative curve construction according to reference points [Chaikin ]. This adds much more detail to the surface of a model, especially in conjunction with advanced lighting techniques.
November Front Matter Pages i-xiv. That avoids having to do any additional tooling which can save time and money. How is it possible to constructively by geometric construction rather than abstract algebraic equations define a smooth surface of a required esthetic shape?
The most common color in a normal map.