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How to determine transformation matrix for an object given a graph?

Regarding question 3: There are many ways to solve this problem. Some answers are here and here. You can also create a system of equations by writing down the matrix multiplication symbolically. $$ X ...
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How to determine transformation matrix for an object given a graph?

This kind of problem is usually called shape matching. It is possible to deduce the transformation between two given sets of positions. You can learn more about the shape matching here Müller, ...
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What projection matrix and world transformation do I need to have an isometric projection?

I found that the easiest way is to just use a Transformation Matrix like: And just adjust the Rz(a) to 45º and Rx(g) to 35.264º Or if -z to Rz(a) to -45º and Rx(g) to 215.264º
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What projection matrix and world transformation do I need to have an isometric projection?

Another way to formulate an Isometric projection is with the matrix: $ \left[ {\begin{array}{cc} cos(\phi) & sin(\phi)sin(\theta) & 0 & 0 \\ 0 & cos(\theta) & 0 &0 \\ ...
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3D to view plane projection

Egads. I was trying to place points for my sphere on my 3440x1440 monitors 860 pixels from right of center. At 75% from left to right on the monitor. I just arbitrarily choose the "number"...
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