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How to rotate entire 3d data with x,y,z values along a particular axis (say x axis)?

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Sagar
Sagar 2014년 3월 30일
편집: Visa Suomi 2017년 9월 26일
I need to rotate my 3d dataset defined by x,y,z coordinate along x axis at a specified angle (say 45 degree). This kinds of rotations are often needed when processing scanner and LIDAR data. MATLAB can do exactly what I want to do, but in graphic objects only i.e. using rotate(h,direction,alpha). However, this doesn't change the source data. I need to get the new rotated data, how can I retrieve the new rotated x,y,z data? Or, could you please suggest how to calculate in MATLAB?
Thank you,

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Roger Stafford
Roger Stafford 2014년 3월 30일
Let X,Y,Z be arrays of the rotated points in the dataset. For rotation along the x-axis:
X = x;
Y = y*cos(p)-z*sin(p);
Z = y*sin(p)+z*cos(p);
For rotation p radians in the direction from the y-axis toward the z-axis, that is, in accordance with the "right-hand rule" about the positive x-axis.
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Visa Suomi
Visa Suomi 2017년 9월 26일
Here are the transformations for all three axes.
Around X-axis:
X = x;
Y = y*cos(theta) - z*sin(theta);
Z = y*sin(theta) + z*cos(theta);
Around Y-axis:
X = x*cos(theta) + z*sin(theta);
Y = y;
Z = z*cos(theta) - x*sin(theta);
Around Z-axis:
X = x*cos(theta) - y*sin(theta);
Y = x*sin(theta) + y*cos(theta);
Z = z;

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