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Interpolation is used in animation, to describe smooth shapes and to make transitions. Any object that fullfill certain mathematical properties can be interpolated. A common technique is using one ore more 'numbers' controlling the mixture of states. The choice of interpolation algorithm depends often on the circumstances where it used.
Used for interpolation over spatial structures.
Performs cubic beziér interpolation. This is done by interpolation between two quadratic beziér. For more information, see:
Performs linear interpolation. A linear interpolation consists of two states 'a' and 'b'. The 't' variable is a factor between 0 and 1 that gives weight to 'a' or 'b'. When 't' is zero then 'a' has full weight. When 't' is one then 'b' has full weight.
Performs quadratic beziér interpolation. This is done by nesting linear interpolations. For more information, see: