Modeling Developable Surfaces with Discrete Orthogonal Geodesic Nets

Michael Rabinowitz
Surfaces that are locally isometric to a plane are called developable surfaces. In the physical world, these surfaces can be formed by bending thin flat sheets of material, which makes them particularly attractive in manufacturing, architecture and art. Consequently, the design of freeform developable surfaces has been an active research topic in computer graphics, computer aided design, architectural geometry and computational origami for several decades. This thesis presents a discrete theory and a set of...
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