"Chris R" <car### [at] comcastnet> wrote:
> "jr" <cre### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> > hi,
> > "Chris R" <car### [at] comcastnet> wrote:
> > > For a new project, I wanted to model pieces of paper with curled edges, ...
> > v nice.
> > > I'd also
> > > like to work on some transformations that could "wrinkle" the paper in
> > > interesting ways as well.
> > or "fold", am thinking origami. (I'd be interested in the corresponding code
> > :-))
> > regards, jr.
> I added a primitive "folding" capability to the code. Right now it really only
> works for one fold at a time in a given region. I need to play around with it
> so you can fold already folded regions.
> As you can see, the smaller the bending radius, the more points you need in the
> mesh2 grid to avoid jagged edges along the fold. I need to explore a more
> efficient representation of the mesh and some code for sub-dividing the faces in
> just those regions to avoid having a million faces in a single sheet of paper.
> -- Chris R.
One last update and I'll stop for the holiday weekend. I created a Perlin noise
generator and applied it to the paper's grid of vertices before applying the
-- Chris R.
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