Thank you for your quick response,
but in case of a rigid transformation, the
matrix is left as it is.
I am particularly interested in the values for translation (mm) and rotation
Stephen Smith wrote:
> Hi - yes, avscale gives you most of this (doesn't separate rotation
> from shearing).
> On Tue, 25 May 2004, Bernd Didinger wrote:
>> I've got another question concerning this issue:
>> Is it possible to compute the absolute values for translation (in
>> mm), rotation (in degrees), shearing (in degrees) and scaling
>> out of the homogeneus transformation matrix ?
>> Thanks for help,
>> Bernd Didinger.
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