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    Thanks for the responses I will investigate...

    Thanks for the responses I will investigate further!
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    First of all let me say that I really appreciate...

    First of all let me say that I really appreciate the efforts to help.



    Hmm... aren't there many different combinations of axis angle to get to achieve a certain rotation? So if I get two...
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    The problem with that is that if I take the...

    The problem with that is that if I take the absolute value of sin(theta) or cosine(theta) on each individual axis, the sin(theta) for example might be very close even though the object is facing...
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    I'm not sure I understand your response. R1 is a...

    I'm not sure I understand your response. R1 is a matrix? Because my rotation in 3D is either described by a quaternion or by a 3x3 matrix. I can't quite see how your calculation will give me a...
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    3D rotation mismatch calculation

    I am trying to figure out a way to compare the 3D rotation of two objects and find a measure of HOW MUCH they are mismatched. The only thing I have is I have the two objects' matrices or quaternions....
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    Re: GLM order of transforms

    I was under the impression that GLM::translate , translates the 1st argument based on the 2nd vector. Based on that assumption I thought I was creating a mat4 from the quaternion and then translating...
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    GLM order of transforms

    I have an object which I first want to rotate (about it's own center) then translate it to some point. I have a glm::quat that holds the rotation and a glm::vec3 that holds the point to which it...
  8. Re: IDEA: Tag Tutorials that do things the "new way"

    Hello Carsten. I agree with you that's why my suggestion was that NEW tutorials be tagged, not the old ones.

    So I could for example google "OpenGL texture mapping +shor" and avoid the old...
  9. IDEA: Tag Tutorials that do things the "new way"

    Hello, beginner OpenGL developer and first time poster.

    I like how OpenGl is picking up pace and is now on par, or even better than some other graphic APIs. However there's a major obstacle to new...
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