This is diet related. Ideal nutrition creates the conditions for perfect health, which is reflected in our growth and the formula for phi (Phi=(1+√n)/2) has something to do with ideal growth in all things, IMO. (See http://www.beautyanalysis.com/index2_mba.htm and associated links)
So ... Anyone good at math ??
I'm looking for a way to input a couple points from the outline of, say, Sophia Loren's upper lip or eyebrow or cheek or curvaceous body, it needs to be flexible like that, and then spit out a formula for the curve. The curve has one inflection point or even better would be two.
The curve will be generated by copying a photo of Sophia (or anyone) into a program like pages or keynote where we can draw shapes. In pages the function is 'draw shape/with pen' this generates a line and the points can be modified using what I believe is a Belzier curve into a shape that matches the figure being outlined. So what I want is a way to translate that shape into a formula.
Ugh. That's sounding pretty complicated. Anyway, any ideas will be appreciated.