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Three.js is a 3D Javscript library
 
Three.js is a 3D Javscript library
 
= Coordinate system =
 
= Coordinate system =
 
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Three.js uses the coordinate system shown in the following picture:
Three.js uses a non-standard coordinate system. The "up" direction is named "y" where most often you'll find the "up" direction named "z" in other libraries and coordinate systems.
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[[File:xyzThree.png|400px]]
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* x: red
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* y: green (up)
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* z: blue
  
 
See also https://tweedegolf.nl/blog/5/threejs-rotations
 
See also https://tweedegolf.nl/blog/5/threejs-rotations
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= Robot Simulator =
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see https://discourse.threejs.org/t/robot-simulation-rotation-issues/9065
 
= Links =
 
= Links =
https://threejs.org/
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* https://threejs.org/
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* https://classroom.udacity.com/courses/cs291

Latest revision as of 13:43, 15 August 2019

Three.js is a 3D Javscript library

Coordinate system

Three.js uses the coordinate system shown in the following picture: XyzThree.png

  • x: red
  • y: green (up)
  • z: blue

See also https://tweedegolf.nl/blog/5/threejs-rotations

Robot Simulator

see https://discourse.threejs.org/t/robot-simulation-rotation-issues/9065

Links