Rotations In 3-D When we performed rotations in two dimensions we only had the choice of rotating about the z axis In the case of three dimensions we have more options – Rotate about x – Rotate about y – Rotate about z

**3D Transformation**

**3-D Coordinate Spaces**

Rotations
In 3-D When we performed rotations in two dimensions we only had the choice of
rotating about the z axis In the case of three dimensions we have more options
– Rotate about x – Rotate about y – Rotate about z

General
3D Rotations • Rotation about an axis that is parallel to one of the coordinate
axes : 1. Translate the object so that the rotation axis coincides with the
parallel coordinate axis 2. Perform the specified rotation about the axis 3.
Translate the object so that the rotation axis is moved back to its original
position • Not parallel : 1. Translate the object so that the rotation axis
passes through the coordinate origin 2. Rotate the object so that the axis of
rotation coincides with one of the coordinate axes 3. Perform the specified
rotation about the axis 4. Apply inverse rotations to bring the rotation axis
back to its original orientation 5. Apply the inverse translation to bring back
the rotation axis to its original position

3 D
Transformation functions • Functions are – translate3(translateVector,
matrixTranslate) – rotateX(thetaX, xMatrixRotate) – rotateY(thetaY,
yMatrixRotate) – rotateZ(thetaZ, zMatrixRotate) –
scale3(scaleVector,matrixScale) • To apply transformation matrix to the
specified points , – transformPoint3(inPoint, matrix,outPoint) • We can
construct composite transformations with the following functions –
composeMatrix3 – buildTransformationMatrix3 – composeTransformationMatrix3
CS71_Computer Graphics_Dept of CSE 34 Reflections In 3-D • Three Dimensional
Reflections can be performed relative to a selected reflection axis or a
selected reflection plane • Consider a reflection that converts coordinate
specifications from a right handed system to left handed system. • This
transformation changes the sign of Z coordinate leaving x and y coordinates

**Shears In 3-D**

Shearing
transformations are used to distortions in the shape of an object. In 2D,
shearing is applied to x or y axes. In 3D it can applied to z axis also

The
following transformation produces an Z axis shear

Parameters a and b can be assigned any real values

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