Notes: Computer Graphics with OpenGL – Part 10

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  • Curves (continued)
  • Random notes
  • Control points
  • Normal of surface
  • Diffuse reflection

 

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  • Brenstein polynomial (continued)
  • Bezier polynomial
  • B-Spine curve
  • Non periodic

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  • Type of textures
  • Inverse map
  • Random Notes
  • Model of curves
  • Parametric cubic curves
  • Composite curves
  • Bezier curves
  • Brenstein polynomials

 

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  • Bresenham’s line draw algorithm with octanes (continued)
  • Random notes
  • 2D transformation, clipping and filling
  • Transformation between coordinate systems
  • Translation of coordinate origin
  • Reflexion

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  • Octanes
  • Basic geometry mathematics
  • Pythagoras
  • slope base on octant
  • 2D translation
  • 2D rotation
  • Transformation on rotation point
  • Bresenham’s line draw algorithm for positive and negative slope
  • Bresenham’s line draw algorithm with octanes

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