Paradigms for the Shaping of Surfaces in a Virtual Environment

@inproceedings{Bryson1992ParadigmsFT,
  title={Paradigms for the Shaping of Surfaces in a Virtual Environment},
  author={Steve Bryson},
  year={1992}
}
This paper describes several paradigms for the directly manipulating a surface in computer graphics. The surface is considered as a collection of points in three-dimensional space which define a surface. These points may be the vertices of polygons, the control points of splines, and so on. Three paradigms are described and evaluated: direct grabbing of the surface at a single point and moving a neighborhood of that point; pushing on the surface with a tool; and pushing on the surface with a… CONTINUE READING

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