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Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices
March 24, 2013 02:33PM
No. Because you can do a scale and rotate at once.

And even if your part is a rotation matrix, simply scaling it will make it no longer a rotation matrix.

There is a safe way to do it, but it's complicated. When I get enough spare time I'll write a bit of a document on safely determining the 3D angle of a rotation matrix, and fixing it. It is not, however, a simple procedure!

Tim
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3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Ben Supnik847March 23, 2013 12:48PM
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Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Philippe Hurbain228March 23, 2013 04:02PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Tim Gould243March 23, 2013 04:14PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Ben Supnik217March 23, 2013 07:29PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Tim Gould211March 24, 2013 12:06AM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Ben Supnik204March 24, 2013 08:46AM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Tim Gould286March 24, 2013 02:13PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Roland Melkert235March 24, 2013 02:24PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Tim Gould247March 24, 2013 02:33PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Ben Supnik306March 24, 2013 07:44PM
Re: 3 decimals is not a lot of precision for rotation matrices Sergio Reano357March 26, 2013 03:29PM



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