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Topic: 3D Plane - calculating 4 corner points
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Keith

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3D Plane - calculating 4 corner points
Posted: Mar 29, 2006 4:06 PM
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Hi,
I have a 3D plane defined by a normal(0, .707, .707) & a point at the origin(0, 0, 0). How do I calculate 4 corner points on the plane to define a square area in the plane. Say a 200 x 200 square.

Thanks for any help,
Keith



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