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Retrieving the top x, y, z values from the matrix stack.

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How would I go about getting the x, y, z values from the top matrix on the modelview matrix stack? Basically what I'm looking to do is make a few transformations, then grab those values and use them to move my camera around (using gluLookAt(...)). That way I don't have to recreate routines to do matrix multiplication. If there's a better way to achieve what I'm trying to do, I'm open for suggestions. Otherwise, here's an example of what I'm getting at; glPushMatrix(); glLoadIdentity(); glTranslatef(...); glRotatef(...); float vect3[3] = get_xyz_values_from_matrix_stack(); gluLookAt(vect3[0], vect3[1], vect3[2], ...); glPopMatrix(); EDIT: Oh ya.. thanks in advance for any and all help. [edited by - wyrd on June 1, 2004 12:00:41 AM]

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