Document Type

Conference Paper/Presentation

Publication Date

11-15-2018

Advisor(s)

Ellen Ziliak, PhD; Benedictine University

Abstract

Computer Graphics Rotational Matrices are also Special Orthogonal. Because special orthogonal matrices preserve size and shape, they are used to rotate objects in 3D space, and thus can be used by computers to animate objects in a 3D scene.

Comments

Japan Super Science Fair (JSSF) - November 14-18, 2018

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