Transformation for 3-d reflection, Computer Graphics

Transformation for 3-D Reflection

For 3-Dimensions reflections, we should to know the reference plane, which is a plane about that reflection is to be considered. Remember that for each reference plane, the points lying upon the plane will keep the similar after the reflection.

 

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