Dan Shriver tabbydan at gmail.com
Thu Jul 4 19:21:53 EDT 2019

```If there is a hole I don't seem to be able to see into it.  I think what
you are implying is that each of the "edges" I see is actually a
rectangular hole.  That is possible but I can't prove or disprove it.

I'm trying to do the interpolations with the case that each arch segment is
also on an arched pathway.  Maybe I'll see if I can get an error on
interpolated arches on a straight line path, might be easier for me to view
in preview.

On Thu, Jul 4, 2019 at 7:03 PM nop head <nop.head at gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't think you should see purple edges. Do they meet or is there a hole
> through which you can see the purple interior?
>
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> On Thu, 4 Jul 2019, 23:51 Dan Shriver, <tabbydan at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> So I was taking your idea of doing less.  Instead of 105 transition steps
>> I did 15.
>> If I union it with a cube it only works if they don't touch at all, if
>> they do touch it seems to blow up and render nothing.
>>
>> If I take the more simple version and do Preview -> Thrown together I
>> don't see any pink / purple facets (but the edges are all pink purple) the
>> one thing that strikes me as very odd is that each arch should be planar.
>> I would intuitively expect no triangles on the ends yet all the vertices on
>> the ends are part of triangles.  Of course, it might also do those
>> triangles if all the vertexes are planar, I just don't know.
>>
>> [image: image.png]
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 4, 2019 at 6:39 PM adrianv <avm4 at cornell.edu> wrote:
>>
>>> DanS wrote
>>> > yes, I've simplified it to where it seems to work.  So I know it breaks
>>> > down where I do "wave" which interpolates between one curve and another
>>> > using sin() (to give a smooth curve rather than a linear transition).
>>>
>>> Is it possible that you have very skinny facets showing up in pink
>>> between
>>> larger facets?   It just takes a single bad facet to ruin your entire
>>> model.
>>>
>>> If the interpolation process is at fault can you use a simpler polygon as
>>> the base for the interpolation?
>>>
>>>
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