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Bezier Curves Made Simple

, 14 Apr 2008
A simple implementation of the famous Bezier curves in C#. Easy to understand.
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Tolga Birdal
CEO Gravi Information Technologies and Consultancy Ltd
Turkey Turkey
Currently, also an MSc. student in Technical University of Munich, I develop practical application in computer vision for more than 5 years. I design real-time solutions to industrial and practical vision problems, both 3D and 2D. Very interested in developing algorithms in C relating math and vision.
 
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