Lecture 7: Intro to Geometry, Splines, and Bezier Curves (81)

leerach

What do NURBS mean in this context? Also, it's interesting that transforming the curve is the same as transforming the control points, which might also imply that transforming the control points also transforms the curve by the same factor.

adityasingh7311

I guess NURBS stands for Non-uniform rational B-spline. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-uniform_rational_B-spline

The invariance property is useful since we can transform the points and the new curve will have the applied transformation, as opposed to having to apply a transformation to the entire original curve.

What do NURBS mean in this context? Also, it's interesting that transforming the curve is the same as transforming the control points, which might also imply that transforming the control points also transforms the curve by the same factor.

I guess NURBS stands for Non-uniform rational B-spline. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-uniform_rational_B-spline

The invariance property is useful since we can transform the points and the new curve will have the applied transformation, as opposed to having to apply a transformation to the entire original curve.