CAD::Drawing::Manipulate::Transform - Matrix methods for CAD::Drawing
Provides 3D transformation methods (based on traditional matrix algorithms) for Drawing.pm objects.
All of these methods assume a RIGHT-HANDED coordinate system. If you are using a left-handed coordinate system, you are going to have trouble, trouble, trouble. We aren't making video games here!
Eric L. Wilhelm <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
This module is copyright (C) 2004-2006 by Eric L. Wilhelm. Portions copyright (C) 2003 by Eric L. Wilhelm and A. Zahner Co.
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CAD::Drawing CAD::Drawing::Calculate CAD::Calc Math::Vec Math::Matrix
$drw->Transform($addr, \%opts);
Options:
normal_ready => [@normal_vec] # no-questions-asked normal vector input
Builds a linear transformation matrix according to %opts;
$mat = build_matrix(%opts);
LTM => $ltm # pass-through for pre-built matrices R => [$rX, $rY, $rZ] # rotation about each axis T => [$tX, $tY, $tZ] # translation along each axis S => [$sX, $sY, $sZ] # scaling along each axis
Scaling is in decimal (e.g. $sX = 0.9 will scale by 90%)
Calls Math::MatrixReal->new_from_rows([@_]) see Math::MatrixReal for methods which can be applied to the returned object.
$mat = NewMat(@rows);
Applies matrix multiplication to linearly transform @pt by $mat. This eliminates the tedium of making new matrices just to multiply one point.
@pt = transform_pt(\@pt, $mat);
Returns a list of matrices corresponding to ($rX, $rY, $rZ)
Rotation is in ccw radians about each axis (right-hand rule) except that they may be specified in degrees with $angle . "d"
@rotations = rotation_matrices($rX, $rY, $rZ);
Resulting matrix will perform rotations in Z,Y,X order.
Builds a linear transformation tranlation matrix from @trans, where @trans = ($trX, $trY, $trZ).
$mat = translation_matrix(@trans);
Builds a linear tranformation matrix from @scales, where @scales = ($sX, $sY, $sZ).
$mat = scaling_matrix(@scales);