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Fractal Question :Rodin Scupture to Low density Mesh to 2D to Iterative Function

  1. Jun 5, 2012 #1
    Hello there,

    Subdivision modeling is a tool which all 3D Modeling Softwares uses. Its about creating a low density mesh and computer creates higher density mesh until your box turn in to a sphere.


    I found something about finding iterative fractal function of a 3D object for example Rodin Sculpture. I asked whether could I find an iterative fractal code of a shark or small airplane but answers were saying it was impossible.


    I thought if I could find a lower density mesh from rodin sculpture with reversed subdivision modeling and lay these triangles on to a paper with each triangles perspective , we get 2 2d picture. Than finding these two 2D layed compositions iterative function .....


    Does it work , is it possible ?


    Mustafa Umut Sarac
    Istanbul
     
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