By: nobody ( Nobody/Anonymous )
Clarification
20030519 05:09
https://www.euclideanspace.com/maths/geometry/affine/matrix4x4/index.htm
On this site, I am having trouble understanding what sort of values the R(0)
matrix will contain?
What is it representing? Is it the matrix to be rotated? or the rotation values?
Why is the rotation a set of triplet values?
I get the impression that the whole process is the generation of the Transformation
matrix, that will be combined with the Matrix to be transformed?
Please clarify.
Regards
Tristan
By: martinbaker ( Martin Baker )
RE: Clarification
20030519 09:03
Tristan
Yes I did not make it very clear; I’ll try to clarify in the hope that I don’t make it even more confusing!
R0 is the rotation about the origin, padded out with zeroes and a one as shown.
A 3x3 matrix, as described on the other pages, can define any rotation about
the origin.
Whatever point we rotate around makes no difference to this rotation matrix, the only effect of rotating about some other point is that the object will be translated to a different position.
So for example if I rotate an object 30 about the z axis then this could be represented by the following matrix.
0.866 0.5 0
0.5 0.866 0
0 0 1
If I now want to rotate an object by the same amount but around a point offset from the origin, then the rotation will be the same but we need to include a linier translation (or offset) like this:
0.866 0.5 0 translationX
0.5 0.866 0 translationY
0 0 1 translationZ
0 0 0 1
So it is this linier translation we are trying to calculate.
Does this make it any clearer? I’m not sure I’m describing it very well, if its still not clear I’ll try to add some diagrams to the web page, I prefer to describe things in pictures rather than words.
Thanks for letting me know the page needs clarifying,
Martin
By: nobody ( Nobody/Anonymous )
RE: Clarification
20030519 17:46
Just checking if I understand this...
there is a seperate matrix format for each X, Y, Z rotation matrix?
much like the rotation Matrix's using the
cos, sin, 0
cos, sin, 0
0,0,1
and such?
i get from this that a rotation around the Z axis is applied to the X and Y coordinates, Y is affected by X and Z, and X is Z and Y?
First line represents the X Translation / Rotation
2nd line the Y
3rd, the Z?
the
1, 0, 0, x
0, 1, 0, y
0, 0, 1, z
0, 0, 0, 1
is the new origin to be rotated around?
Cheers for help.
Great site..
By: nobody ( Nobody/Anonymous )
RE: Clarification
20030519 17:59
Do you teach at Toynbee Secondary School in hampshire by any chance? I had a
maths teacher there called Martin Baker...
Just wondering if this could be a freakish coincidence.
Tristan
By: tristanrhodes ( Tristan Rhodes )
RE: Clarification
20030519 19:11
Ok, I have produced the following algorythm:
static public Matrix RotatePoint(Matrix M, Matrix R, double x, double y, double z) {
Matrix newM = new Matrix(M.size());
//Construct Rotation Matrix
Matrix Inverse = new Matrix(new double[]
{ 1, 0, 0, x,
0, 1, 0, y,
0, 0, 1, z,
0, 0, 0, 1});
//Construct Reverse Matrix
Matrix Reverse = new Matrix(new double[]
{ 1, 0, 0, x,
0, 1, 0, y,
0, 0, 1, z,
0, 0, 0, 1});
// Construct Hybrid Matrix
newM = Multiply(R,Inverse); //Multiply Rotation by Inverse
newM = Multiply(M,newM); //Multiply M by NewM
newM = Multiply(newM,Reverse); //Multiply Reverse by NewM
return newM;
}
However, the offsets have no effect, the object always spins on the origin... this is frustrating.. any ideas why?
> the
> 1, 0, 0, x
> 0, 1, 0, y
> 0, 0, 1, z
> 0, 0, 0, 1
>
> is the new origin to be rotated around?
No, x,y and z in this matrix represents the linier translation applied to the object. This will depend on both the centre of rotation and the amount of rotation as given on the webpage.
> Do you teach at Toynbee Secondary School in hampshire by any chance? I
had a
> maths teacher there called Martin Baker...
no not me.
> newM = Multiply(R,Inverse); //Multiply Rotation by Inverse
> newM = Multiply(M,newM); //Multiply M by NewM
> newM = Multiply(newM,Reverse); //Multiply Reverse by NewM
This should work, but I assume matrix multiply of 4x4 matrix is quite expensive in terms of CPU time it might be more eficient to use the equivalent single matrix derived on the webpage?
> However, the offsets have no effect, the object always spins on the origin...
> this is frustrating.. any ideas why?
Well the only difference will be the linier translation, ie the components
in the 4th column of the matrix (x,y,z in the matrix above). Does you program
use these values?
Also are all the matricies that you are using 4x4, could anything be zeroing
the translation terms?
Martin
> Do you have Textpad?
No, could I use an ASCII text editor?
>I can send you my whole code if you like
Yes, I would be most grateful for any code that could be included on the website,
provided that you could confirm that it does not contain any copyright code,
or anything that would get me into trouble if I publish it.
Cheers,
Martin
By: tristanrhodes ( Tristan Rhodes )
RE: Clarification
20030520 12:14
newM = R;
newM.set (X,3,(((newM.get(X,X) * x) + (newM.get(X,Y) * y) + (newM.get(X,Z) *
z))  x));
newM.set (Y,3,(((newM.get(Y,X) * x) + (newM.get(Y,Y) * y) + (newM.get(Y,Z) *
z))  y));
newM.set (Z,3,(((newM.get(Z,X) * x) + (newM.get(Z,Y) * y) + (newM.get(Z,Z) *
z))  z));
R is the Rotation Matrix, and newM is the new manipulation Matrix. The relevant values in newM (X,3), (Y,3), (Z,3) Where X = 0, Y = 1, Z = 2.
However, this only applies the rotation matrix without the point.
By: martinbaker ( Martin Baker )
RE: Clarification
20030520 15:01
> newM = R;
> newM.set (X,3,(((newM.get(X,X) * x) + (newM.get(X,Y) * y) +
> (newM.get(X,Z)* z))  x));
> newM.set (Y,3,(((newM.get(Y,X) * x) + (newM.get(Y,Y) * y) +
> (newM.get(Y,Z)* z))  y));
> newM.set (Z,3,(((newM.get(Z,X) * x) + (newM.get(Z,Y) * y) +
> (newM.get(Z,Z)* z))  z));
>
> R is the Rotation Matrix, and newM is the new manipulation Matrix.
> The relevant values in newM (X,3), (Y,3), (Z,3) Where X = 0,
> Y = 1, Z = 2.
Looks OK to me, I assume lower case (x,y,z) has already been set to the point you are rotating around.
Martin
By: martinbaker ( Martin Baker )
RE: Clarification
20030520 15:09
> newM = R;
> newM.set (X,3,(((newM.get(X,X) * x) + (newM.get(X,Y) * y) +
> (newM.get(X,Z)* z))  x));
> newM.set (Y,3,(((newM.get(Y,X) * x) + (newM.get(Y,Y) * y) +
> (newM.get(Y,Z)* z))  y));
> newM.set (Z,3,(((newM.get(Z,X) * x) + (newM.get(Z,Y) * y) +
> (newM.get(Z,Z)* z))  z));
>
> R is the Rotation Matrix, and newM is the new manipulation Matrix.
> The relevant values in newM (X,3), (Y,3), (Z,3) Where X = 0,
> Y = 1, Z = 2.
Looks OK to me, I assume lower case (x,y,z) has already been set to the point
you are rotating around.
Is R a 3x3 matrix or a 4x4 matrix. If it is 3x3 will newM = R convert correctly
between 3x3 and 4x4?
Martin
By: tristanrhodes ( Tristan Rhodes )
RE: Clarification
20030520 19:10
Here are the results of my matrix process to 4dp:
x: 100
y: 100
z: 100
f(x): 10.4829
f(y): 9.4837
f(z): 0.0
MULTIPLY
Base Matrix
26.8198 13.4422 00.0000 1662.2308
40.2621 13.3776 00.0000 5363.9799
13.3776 40.2621 00.0000 8688.4416
00.000 00.0000 00.0000 01.0000
Translation Matrix
00.9950 00.0998 00.0000 10.4829 (f(x))
00.0998 00.9950 00.0000 09.4837 (f(y))
00.0000 00.0000 01.0000 00.0000 (f(z))
00.0000 00.0000 00.0000 01.0000
RESULT
25.3439 16.0525 00.0000 2070.8645
41.3965 09.2913 00.0000 5068.7861
09.2913 41.3965 00.0000 9210.5151
00.0000 00.0000 00.0000 01.0000
Any clues as to what is wrong? I know the x,y,z values are there, but they have no effect, and I know that the matrix multiplication works...
By: tristanrhodes ( Tristan Rhodes )
RE: Clarification
20030520 23:43
From this... i am can say that the x,y,z values have absoloutley no effect on
the resultant polygon.
only the 9 values in the top left 3x3 matrix are drawn, and the x,y,z values are not multiplied by any of them. The three values only effect the far right column, which in turn affects nothing, and is not drawn, so they are simply surplus values. Where should they be applied to? Or is the multiplication wrong? (the multiplication algorythm is abstract, and based on the size of the inputted matrixes)... so i don't get it. I know it spins, just without origin change... I'm really quite poor at maths, i just know it doesn't work right mechanicaly...
By: martinbaker ( Martin Baker )
RE: Clarification
20030521 09:47
Tristan,
Normally when we transform a vertex by multiplying its vector by the transform matrix:
v_out0 = [r00 r01 r02 t0][v_in0]
v_out1 [r10 r11 r12 t1][v_in1]
v_out2 [r20 r21 r22 t2][v_in2]
0 [ 0 0 0 1 ][ 0 ]
when we multiply these out gives:
v_out0 = r00*v_in0 + r01*v_in1 + r02*v_in2 + t0
v_out1 = r10*v_in0 + r11*v_in1 + r12*v_in2 + t1
v_out2 = r20*v_in0 + r21*v_in1 + r22*v_in2 + t2
as you can see this adds on the linier translation factor (t0,t1,t2)
What you seem to be doing is representing 3 vectors in a matrix and then multiplying the vectors as follows:
[v_out0a v_out1a v_out2a 0] = [r00 r01 r02 t0][v_in0a v_in0b v_in0c 0]
[v_out0b v_out1b v_out2b 0] [r10 r11 r12 t1][v_in1a v_in1b v_in1c 0]
[v_out0c v_out1c v_out2c 0] [r20 r21 r22 t2][v_in2a v_in2b v_in2c 0]
[0 0 0 1] [ 0 0 0 1 ][0 0 0 1]
when we mulipy this out we get:
v_out0a = r00*v_in0a + r01*v_in1a + r02*v_in2a + t0*0;
v_out0b = r00*v_in0b + r01*v_in1b + r02*v_in2b + t0*0;
v_out0c = r00*v_in0c + r01*v_in1c + r02*v_in2c + t0*0;
v_out1a = r10*v_in0a + r11*v_in1a + r12*v_in2a + t1*0;
v_out1b = r10*v_in0b + r11*v_in1b + r12*v_in2b + t1*0;
v_out1c = r10*v_in0c + r11*v_in1c + r12*v_in2c + t1*0;
v_out2a = r20*v_in0a + r21*v_in1a + r22*v_in2a + t2*0;
v_out2b = r20*v_in0b + r21*v_in1b + r22*v_in2b + t2*0;
v_out2c = r20*v_in0c + r21*v_in1c + r22*v_in2c + t2*0;
This does not seem to produce the same result because the translation factors (t0,t1,t2) all seem to get multiplied by zero but they will get inluded in the elements that do not contain vectors an should be padded out with zeroes.
This is what I am seeing in the printout.
So both the theory and practice seem to be suggesting that it is not valid to represent 3 vectors in one matrix. Therefore I think you need to hold the veticies as seperate vectors and transform them by multiplying the vector by the translation matrix.
Martin
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