Storing geometric primitives with Open Metadata
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Open Metadata is plain and verbose. By storing geometry in such a way opens up doors beyond traditional use and may help educate or inspire further analysis of what it takes to serialise geometric primitives into plain data.
3d geometry is defined by a set of points, connected by edges, connected by faces. Moving geometry then is defined by the same three (3) collections, with additional points.