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Topic: Rotation between two coordinate systems
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Dave Rudolf

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Rotation between two coordinate systems
Posted: Jan 2, 2009 6:59 PM
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Hey all,

Suppose I have orthonormal bases, i.e., each basis B consists of three
unit vectors vx, vy, vz, that are orthogonal to each other. I want to
find the rotation R between two bases B1 and B2, so that

R vx1 = vx2
R vy1 = vy2
R vz1 = vz2

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks.

Dave



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