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Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices
March 24, 2013 02:13PM
The whole format doesn't make much sense now. But it was invented in the 90s before 3D stuff was really standardised to work on meshes.

Pure rotations can be easily checked as the matrix determinant is one.

Tim
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