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revised Finding a 3D transformation matrix based on the 2D coordinates
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comment Finding a 3D transformation matrix based on the 2D coordinates
@Tom Oldfield yes, it's the original plane. And yes, you're right, it's a kind of redundant information. All in all the square is transformed first by the unknown matrix and then by the projection and I would be happy to know either the unknown matrix or the matrix of the concatenated transformations.
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comment Finding a 3D transformation matrix based on the 2D coordinates
@icurays1: yes, I can even suppose they are let's say (0,0) (0,1) (1,1), (1,0)
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