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Answer: A: Derive the transformation matrix to magnify the triangle with vertices A(0,0), B
... ![enter image description here][1] ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/tbKXY2H.png [2]: https://i.imgur.com/SMtYHPX.png ...
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Answer: A: Explain the steps used in rotation of 2D object about an arbitrary axis and henc
... **Rotation about an Arbitrary Point:-** To rotate an object about an arbitrary point, (Xp ,Yp) we have to carry out three steps: 1. Translate point (Xp, Yp) to the origin. 2. Rotate it about the origin and, 3. Finally, translate the center of rotation back where it belongs (See figure 1.). ...
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Answer: A: What is Homogeneous Co-ordinates? And give homogeneous co-ordinates for three ba
... **Homogeneous Co-ordinates:-** As the basic transformations can be expressed in matrix form. But many graphic applications involve sequences of geometric transformations (translational, Rotation and Scaling). Hence we need a general form of matrix to represent such transformations. This can be expr ...
written 3 hours ago by vbadbe10
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Answer: A: Define the terms with example. 1. Reflection 2. Shearing.
... The three basic transformations of scaling, rotating, and translating are the most useful and most common. There are some other transformations which are useful in certain applications. Two such transformations are **reflection** and **shear**. **Reflection:-** A reflection is a transformation tha ...
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Answer: A: Prove that 2D rotation and scaling commute
... ![enter image description here][1] ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/80uQ04L.png [2]: https://i.imgur.com/LwTBaMl.png ...
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Answer: A: Prove that 2D rotations about the origin commute
... The Rotation matrix R is given as, ![enter image description here][1] We have, ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/REjjlOg.png [2]: https://i.imgur.com/ABNoNNv.png ...
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Answer: A: Prove that two scaling transformation commute
... The two scaling transformation commute, i.e **S1S2 = S2S1**. **Solution:-** The Scaling matrix S is given as, ![enter image description here][1] we have ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/NExR775.png [2]: https://i.imgur.com/hZmS0mP.png ...
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Answer: A: Prove that two successive rotations are additive.
... To Show that the composition of two successive rotations are additive i.e. **R(Ɵ1). R(Ɵ2) = R(Ɵ1+ Ɵ2)**. **Solution :-** The Rotation matrix R is given as, ![enter image description here][1] ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/AuoZ47x.png [2]: https://i.imgur.com/fN ...
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Answer: A: Derive transformation matrix for fixed point scaling.
... **Solution:-** To determine the general form of the scaling matrix with respect to a fixed point P (h, k) we have to perform three steps: 1. Translate point P(h, k) at the origin by performing translation (T1). 2. Scale the point or object by performing scaling (S). 3. Translate the origin ba ...
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Answer: A: Give the 2D transformation matrix for a) Translation b) Rotation c) Scaling.
... **2D Transformation:-** One of the most common and important tasks in computer graphics is to transform the coordinates (position, orientation, and size) of either objects within the graphical scene or the camera that is viewing the scene. It is also frequently necessary to transform coordinates fr ...
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