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March 11th, 2008, 11:17 PM   #1
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Bezier curves..

Hey!

I'm wondering if there is any good method to approximate a higher order (any degree) Bézier curve with a new set of quadratic Bézier curves? If this is a to hard problem to solve, then is there any way to do it for just cubic curves (one 3rd deg. curve -> two 2nd deg. curves)?

Any help appreciated!

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Of course you could just pick points on the cubic curve and fit a quadratic curve.

Are you trying to do a small number, 'by hand' as it were? Or does it need to be fully automated, like doing thousands?
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