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Construction of a Bézier Curve
This Demonstration shows one graphical representation of the drawing of a Bézier curve in 2D. The curve order can be from 1 to 4, using up to five different points. You can drag the locators
,
,
,
, and
to change the curve.
Contributed by:
Justin Chen
THINGS TO TRY
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Automatic Animation
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Bézier Curve
(
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)
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"
Construction of a Bézier Curve
" from
the Wolfram Demonstrations Project
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ConstructionOfABezierCurve/
Contributed by:
Justin Chen
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