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Topic: 3D points representing cubes to 3D surface?
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Francisco Seixas

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3D points representing cubes to 3D surface?
Posted: Nov 23, 2012 8:33 AM
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Hi there,

I have a Nx3 matrix where each row has x,y,z coordinates of points.

The points come from a 3D map and were generating by reading obstacle positions via a laser sensor, which were then approximated to the nearest cube center in a 3D cubic grid. This gives me the coordinates of the center of occupied cubes.

How can I transform these points into cubes that can be visualized in 3D? The cubes have a 1 unit side, so two consecutive cubes may have coordinates (20,20,20) and (20,20,21).

Thanks,
Francisco Seixas



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