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#Actualalvaro

Posted 01 October 2012 - 11:17 AM

Of course, in 2D you often have cases where you don't restrict yourself to one rotation, and you wish to interpolate between -pi rad and 11pi rad doing several full rotations as part of it.


That can be done in 3D as well, but it's not a commonly desired behavior. When it is, chances are the situation is best described by an initial attitude and an angular velocity to be integrated. This also works in 2D.

#1alvaro

Posted 01 October 2012 - 11:17 AM

Of course, in 2D you often have cases where you don't restrict yourself to one rotation, and you wish to interpolate between -pi rad and 11pi rad doing several full rotations as part of it.


That can be done in 3D as well, but it's not a common desired behavior. When it is, chances are the situation is best described by an initial attitude and an angular velocity to be integrated. This also works in 2D.

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