paolini at dmf.unicatt.it
Wed Mar 27 20:56:40 UTC 2013
I would like to mention that some of the internals of kig are already based
on projective type of data. Most notably, almost all transformation (the only
exception is circular inversion) are internally treated as a linear transformation
of the projective plane (i.e. a 3x3 matrix defined up to a multiplication by
a nonzero scalar).
On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 03:33:37PM -0500, Percy Camilo Triveño Aucahuasi wrote:
> Hi there,
> On 27/03/13 03:41, miniBill wrote:
> >I've got an idea for the 2013 GSoC: add projective geometry to kig.
> >This would need adding the relevant data structures, generalizing the
> >and designing UI metaphors for the points "at infinity".
> Please, specify what kind of features are needed. It would great if
> you can describe some use cases that work with concepts of
> projective geometry.
> Best regards,
> >Leonardo Taglialegne
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