algorithmic modeling for Rhino

JFR - Spreading surface by each own gaussian curvature values

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Comment by Joaquim Filipe Reis on April 30, 2013 at 4:59am

Hi Jesus Galvez, What i´m doing in this work is find the clossest point on surface , and then remove elements on a list [ cull ] with gaussian curvature values associated to find the closest point in a point collection to replace and build a new surface based on this values . I don´t know if i´m being clear , well later i will provided organized information about this study. In this image attached i show what i want to obtain.

Comment by Jesus Galvez on April 30, 2013 at 4:30am

Hey Joaquim,

what does the definition do exactly. Does it morph the surface to minimize the gaussian curvature negative to positive transitions? I'm looking to do this. I have surfaces which, by the way they were created have sharp transitions of gaussian curvature (even though it shouldn't). I'm trying to minimize them. 

Bellow is a surface with gau. curvature +1 mapped red, yellow and green; and negative gaussian curvature mapped blue, cyan and purple. 





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