[OpenSCAD] What type of interpolation is this?

Hans L thehans at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 14:31:28 EDT 2018


I not sure I completely understand your explanation of the algorithm but it
seems similar to the construction of a Bezier curve to me.

Hans

On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 1:22 PM runsun <runsun at gmail.com> wrote:

> Have a code of curve interpolation that I wrote a while back but I can't
> recall where I got the algorithm and now I have a doubt if I got the name
> right.
> <http://forum.openscad.org/file/t602/181029_study_what_interpolation.png>
>
> For a line consists of P,Q,R,S, it goes like :
>
> 1) bisect the Q,R to make angleBisect point, Bi and Bj, respectively
> 2) Draw lines vertical to QBi and RBj
> 3) Get two handlers, Hi and Hj
> 4) Calc the blue line
>
> What type of interpolation is this called?
>
>
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