[vtkusers] Is there a filter to inflate vtkPolyData, an opposite to vtkShrinkPolyData?

Bill Lorensen bill.lorensen at gmail.com
Sun Aug 6 13:12:56 EDT 2017

Try this:

On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 12:59 PM, alican <alican1812 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I cannot find one. If there isn't one, how should I go about it?
> And what should I do if I need to inflate only a part of the polydata?
> I have tried to move each point in the selected data set alongside its
> normal,
> but it is very slow and doesn't work as expected.
> I am getting some results for planes or nearly flat surfaces, or even
> spheres,
> but nothing works for surfaces with folds (concave parts).
> Any advice? I have spent a week on this, and I am just stuck.
> Excuse my ignorance if I miss something obvious, it is my first project with
> VTK.
> Thanks,
> AC
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