Geometric Design and Pattern

A design, pattern, or abstract shapes such as lines, circles, ellipses, triangles, rectangles, and polygons are known as Geometric Design. Geometric design is also known as geometric modeling.  It deals with the construction and image of free-form curves, surfaces, or volumes. Geometric models can be built for objects of any dimension. 2D and 3D geometric models are widely used in computer graphics.

Geometric Design:

Geometric Design

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2 D  models are important in computer font and practical drawing. Geometric Design is used in painting, sculpture, or ornamentation of mostly geometric characteristics Geometric Design is used in the highway design in which the dimensions of the roadway are used to promote safe, convenient, and reduce the traffic.

Geometric designs are not in flexible quality than organic based designs. It is similar to the arithmetic mean. A geometric pattern is based on a simple shape. Geometric is used to describe something that relates to geometry. It is used in its operation. It may also refer to a construction of regular lines and shapes. The Geometry Pattern is used to make up the speeds and rebuilding of a pattern.

The feature is being copied not solved, end conditions and calculations are ignored. The example of a geometric pattern is checkerboard.

These patterns can also be made of triangles or rectangles. Each instance is an exact copy of the faces and edges of the original feature The Geometry Pattern is having following types are circular, fill, linear, curve driven , table, mirror or sketch pattern. A geometric pattern is a pattern that has repeating shapes such as circles, lines, triangles, ellipses, rectangles and polygons.

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