THE LAB #8: Using Bezier curves for human-like mouse movements
What is a Bezier curve?
In computer graphics, connecting point A to point B, we use lines that can be categorized as straight or curved. The first ones are easily implemented in software, while the second, while easy to draw for humans, are much more difficult for computers.
In 1962 a French engineer working for Renault called Pierre Bezier published his studies about drawing curves well-suited for design work, using mathematical functions.
The Bezier curves are parametric curves where you define a set of control points, that determine its shape and curvature and interpolate the points in between the results.
A much more detailed explanation can be found at this link, where you can deep dive into all the mathematics aspects.