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Registered: 4/9/11
4D Rotation and Visualization
Posted: Apr 9, 2011 7:38 PM
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Hi im not sure if i posted in the right place, but hear goes.

Im working on a fractle generator, Ive had no problem with 2D, Im now wanting to do 4D, ive found a post on the 4d rotation matrix im going to try out when time comes. I wish to know if the type of rotation for [r,i,j,k] (or even [x,y,z,w]) is the same as with a hypercube. If so i will carry on studdying that. If not can you please point me in the right direction please.

Secondly im not sure how to display. should i take a value of say k (w), with a range v and plot all the points that are within the range of k +/- v and plot there x,y,z or should all ranges for all 4 dimentions be incorperated into one 3D model. If you understand the situation you will understand where im comming from.

Thankyou



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