Below is a demonstration of the features of the triIncenter function
clear; close all; clc;
This function computes the incentres P for the input triangulation definced by the faces F and vertices V.
Plot settings for examples
Example 1: Computing incenters for an exampe triangulated mesh
% Get vertices and faces for example geometry [F,V]=stanford_bunny;
Use triIncenter to compute the incentres
cFigure; hold on; gpatch(F,V,'w','o',1,1); hp=plotV(P,'r.','MarkerSize',markerSize); legend(hp,'Triangle incenters'); axisGeom; camlight headlight; gdrawnow;
Kevin Mattheus Moerman, [email protected]
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