Constructing 3D motions from curvature and torsion profiles
Cripps, R. J. and Mullineux, G., 2012. Constructing 3D motions from curvature and torsion profiles. Computer-Aided Design, 44 (5), pp. 379-387.
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A means for constructing a free-form motion in three dimensions is given. A sparse sequence of prescribed poses is used to guide the motion, and some of these can also be specified to be precision poses through which the motion must pass. The resultant motion is given in a sequence of refined poses. Geometric algebra is used to specify these in a way that is analogous to the use of complex numbers in an equivalent approach for free-form curves.
|Creators||Cripps, R. J.and Mullineux, G.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||free-form motion, point-based representation, geometric algebra, torsion, curvature, free-form curve|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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