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### 07_transform

Course: CMPT 361, Fall 2009
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2D Today and 3D Geometric Objects and Transformations Geometry basics Affine transformations Use of homogeneous coordinates Concatenation of transformations 3D transformations Richard (Hao) Zhang Introduction to Computer Graphics CMPT 361 Lecture 7 Transformation of coordinate systems Transform the transforms Transformations in OpenGL February 2, 2009 2 Why do we need transformations? Need to transform objects...

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