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  • Bezier demo in Source Code

    Do not miss,

    there is very good demo of Bezier 3D surface in source code forum, done by Jordi Valles.

    Although only PB GRAPHIC commands are used ( no OpenGL/Direct3D ), it is very smooth demo worth trying.


    Petr
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    I don't have to deal with graphics much in my line of work, but I have to admit that is pretty cool. Reminds me of some the early 3d computer modeling programs.

    :applaus:
    "I haven't lost my mind... its backed up on tape... I think??" :D

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    • #3
      Great example!
      thinBasic programming language
      Win10 64bit - 8GB Ram - i7 M620 2.67GHz - NVIDIA Quadro FX1800M 1GB

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      • #4
        Bezier

        Waw ....and really fast ! Great job !
        BTW : can the program be modified in order to represent a given function as an input ?
        Fi: represent a potential field ?
        Frank

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        • #5
          >can the program be modified in order to represent a given function as an input ?

          Without even looking at the post leave alone running it.......

          It *IS* posted in the Source Code forum which suggests to me the source code was provided, meaning "yes it can be modified."

          However, if I've learned one thing since I wrote my first computer program in 1967, programs do not modify themselves. You actually have to invest a little energy to observe that phenomenon.

          MCM
          Michael Mattias
          Tal Systems (retired)
          Port Washington WI USA
          [email protected]
          http://www.talsystems.com

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Michael Mattias View Post
            >can the program be modified in order to represent a given function as an input ?

            However, if I've learned one thing since I wrote my first computer program in 1967, programs do not modify themselves.
            MCM
            I'm really greatfull for this feature !

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            • #7
              Well, there is a common phenomenon - I can't call it a 'feature' - which is has a similar effect to a program modifying itself.

              This phenomenon manifests itself thus: Without changing operating system, installed software, hardware or anything else, a piece of software which has provided years of reliable service suddenly fails... perhaps refusing to execute, perhaps returning incorrect output.

              Because this only occurs with programs which have been in service for a long time, this phenomenon is believed to be - and is commonly known as - "software rot."

              MCM
              Michael Mattias
              Tal Systems (retired)
              Port Washington WI USA
              [email protected]
              http://www.talsystems.com

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