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Uniform Random Quaternion In a restricted angle range
I'm trying to sample uniform random rotations. I'd like the rotations to be restricted in a range [-θ,θ]. I found a method by K. Shoemake which can be summarized as: ...
Apr 13 '12 at 14:51
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