Y.N. Gruts, P.O. Holotiuk

Èlektron. model. 2021, 43(6):50-60


Considered the future development of the computer procedure for stereo interpolation, implemented on the basis of two cosine waves with a variable period. The proposed procedure is designed to create and visualize a 3D curve passing through three arbitrary points in the stereo vision space, specified by the researcher using a stereo cursor. The feature of this method is the implemented mode in which the tangent drawn to the curve at the midpoint is always parallel to the line segment connecting the end points. The two cosine waves merge harmoniously around the midpoint, and this gives the researcher the feeling that the synthesized curve stretches for the midpoint as it moves.


wireframe models, stereography, stereo operator, stereo indicator, stereointerpolator.


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