Alias Tutorial Surface Evaluation

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Preview of the Advanced Surface Evaluation Techniques used in Alias Modeling

The Dynamic Section Control creates planes which we can toggle into True View (normal to plane)

The curvature combs clearly show that the student has G2 curvature, which is spec for this model,

but we can also see that the end of the mirror has G3 curvature. Note how well the Visual Curves describe the curvature conditions

We use the Evaluation Shader Princ. Max to view the consistency of the blends curvature. We have a plane for each xsec.

Viewing the xsects in True-View

Using the Multicolored shader with reflection on “Evaluation” to look for wobbles in the surfaces

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