The points at the center should be the furtherest points from the boundary right? Why do they have a dark shadow in it and the neighboring non-center points seem have more light blue?

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What are some special implicit representations such that they can be processed quickly and converted into an explicit representation quickly using modern hardware? For example, I would assume a circle would be one, and I already know triangles are one of them.

The points at the center should be the furtherest points from the boundary right? Why do they have a dark shadow in it and the neighboring non-center points seem have more light blue?

What are some special implicit representations such that they can be processed quickly and converted into an explicit representation quickly using modern hardware? For example, I would assume a circle would be one, and I already know triangles are one of them.