Design of developable surfaces using duality between plane and point geometries

@article{Mohan1993DesignOD,
  title={Design of developable surfaces using duality between plane and point geometries},
  author={R. Mohan and C. Bodduluri and Bahran Ravani},
  journal={Computer-Aided Design},
  year={1993},
  volume={25},
  pages={621-632}
}
Abstract The concept of duality between points and planes in 3D projective space is used to develop a new representation for developable surfaces in terms of plane geometry. In this manner, a developable surface is designed using control planes with appropriate basis functions. The use of rational Bezier and B-spline bases is focused on, and a technique for the geometric design of developable surfaces is developed that has all the characteristics of existing methods for curve design. It is… CONTINUE READING

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