Class ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExamples

java.lang.Object
Savage.Tools.Animation.ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExamples

public class ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExamples extends Object

Modified CylinderSensor oriented about an arbitrary axis, relative to peer/child geometry that remains oriented to its original axis. Select and drag each object to rotate. Originally authored by Don Brutzman's MV4204 class, with modifications by Maj James Breitinger USMC to include min/max angles of rotation and object center. Motivation: Modify example shown by Chapter 9 Figure 7 to build a PROTO for a CylinderSensor oriented about an arbitrary axis.

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title ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExamples.x3d
description Modified CylinderSensor oriented about an arbitrary axis, relative to peer/child geometry that remains oriented to its original axis. Select and drag each object to rotate. Originally authored by Don Brutzman's MV4204 class, with modifications by Maj James Breitinger USMC to include min/max angles of rotation and object center. Motivation: Modify example shown by Chapter 9 Figure 7 to build a PROTO for a CylinderSensor oriented about an arbitrary axis.
warning ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensor operates on its children, NOT on its peers. This variation is necessary in order to accomplish the desired Transform rotation to a new orientation axis.
creator Don Brutzman
created 1 October 1998
modified 28 November 2019
Image ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExamples.png
reference ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorPrototype.x3d
reference ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExampleOriginal.wrl
identifier https://savage.nps.edu/Savage/Tools/Animation/ArbitraryAxisCylinderSensorExamples.x3d
reference The VRML 2.0 Sourcebook
generator X3D-Edit 3.2, https://savage.nps.edu/X3D-Edit
license ../../license.html
 

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