Loop subdivision surface
Loop subdivision surfaces are defined recursively, dividing each triangle into four smaller ones. The method is based on a quartic box spline, which generate C2 continuous limit surfaces everywhere except at extraordinary vertices where they are C1 continuous.
- Charles Loop: Smooth Subdivision Surfaces Based on Triangles, M.S. Mathematics thesis, University of Utah, 1987 (pdf).
- Jos Stam: Evaluation of Loop Subdivision Surfaces, Computer Graphics Proceedings ACM SIGGRAPH 1998, (pdf, downloadable eigenstructures).
- Antony Pugh, Polyhedra: a visual approach, 1976, Chapter 6. The Geodesic Polyhedra of R. Buckminster Fuller and Related Polyhedra
- Homepage of Charles Loop.
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