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accepted Scale a rectangle from a point other than its center
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comment Scale a rectangle from a point other than its center
Usually when you scale it is from the centre outward, but I want to change the central reference.
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comment Scale a rectangle from a point other than its center
I am trying to determine the new X and Y position of a rectangle after having rescaled it. Taking into account its old x and y, old width and height, new width and height, and a point other than the centre point of the rectangle.
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comment Help with matrix mathematica
sorry it said I had to wait a long time to accept my own answer, I ended up forgetting about the post.
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accepted Is it possible to imitate a sphere with 1000 congruent polygons?
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comment Is it possible to imitate a sphere with 1000 congruent polygons?
I would vote on this if I could. Thankyou for getting straight to the point and providing a sufficient answer.
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comment Is it possible to imitate a sphere with 1000 congruent polygons?
p.s the chocolate ball was a (not very good) metaphor - I am using OPENGL
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comment Is it possible to imitate a sphere with 1000 congruent polygons?
@Qiaochu Yuan: Can you provide reasoning for you answer?