A blog post from Stand back...I'm going to try science!
|3 Dec 2012||Helen Chen||
3D programming uses matrices to turn the objects in the world. In order to rotate objects in OpenGL, for example, we need to manipulate the modelview matrix. Although I'm not all that knowledgeable about OpenGL, websites I have read have said that altering the projection matrix will mess with the lighting and things. I will show you a way to manipulate the matrix with matrices first, then with quaternions in a later post.