Procedural modeling allows reuse and recombination of individual rules that generate different features of a model. Rule reuse carries significant advantages in the shape design process because it dramatically reduces the time required to explore variations of similar designs. Free-form surfaces are currently outside the scope of procedural modeling. The aim of this research is to explore ways in which procedural modeling can be applied to free-form surfaces in order to harvest the advantages presented by a rule-based surface design approach.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/14 → 31/01/16|
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