On Fri, 24 Feb 2012 12:18:23 -0500, Eliezer Stavsky <eli.stavsky(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Andreas, thank you so much for your reply. Yes, the
points are given and
I need triangles to connect them.
Please look through the (recent) mailing list archives for a solution to
that problem. It's there, including sample code. Also, please make sure
the mailing list stays cc'd. Thanks.
However, the data points represent the
shape of a surface (a region of a brain), and the points are extremely
dense in regions where the brain folds a lot, and very sparse in flat
regions. If possible, I'd like a more uniform distribution of points on the
surface. Do you think that's feasible?
As in, you'd like points to be added so that all triangles are roughly
of the same size? If so, those points are called "Steiner points" in
Triangle AFAICT. Meshpy offers an interface to that.