Transformation for 3-d shearing, Computer Graphics

Transformation for 3-D Shearing

2-dimensional xy-shearing transformation, as explained in equation, can also be simply extended to 3-dimensional case. All coordinates are translated as a function of displacements of another two coordinates, which is,

Shxyz=      x'=x+a.y+b.z



Here a,b,c,d,e and f are the shearing factors in the respective directions. Equation (46) in terms of homogeneous HC system, is:

575_Transformation for 3-D Shearing.png

That is, P'h = Ph.Shxyz

Here remember that the off-diagonal terms in the upper left 3x3 sub-matrix of the generalized 4x4 transformation matrix in equation produce shear in 3-dimensions.

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