abdullah wrote:microelly2 wrote:what if you take the opposite direction of the curvature vector?
Then it is mainly outside the closed curve and only in concave regions it points to the inner area.
I do not know if that would be useful for people using this. What do you think, people usually using this?
I don't know how people will use it but you can see the curvature as the centrifugal force when you run along the curve
microelly2 wrote:the other idea to scale it is nice too but which factor to use.
As I had calculated the center of mass for putting the degree, I have thought of reusing it. This is normalizing the max curvature to 0.5 * max(distance(centerofmass,point at edge of the curve)):