How to rotate a bounding box at a location

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How to rotate an obtained bounding box at a location.... and also get a bounding box opposite to it....
the link below shows how i want the bounding boxes...
Below shows the code i used to draw boundingbox...
boundingBox = bb(boundBox, itr);
x1 = boundingBox(1);
y1 = boundingBox(2);
x2 = x1 + boundingBox(3) - 1;
y2 = y1 + boundingBox(4) - 1;
verticesX = [x1 x2 x2 x1 x1];
verticesY = [y1 y1 y2 y2 y1];
verticesXY = [verticesX; verticesY];
plot(verticesX, verticesY, 'r-', 'LineWidth', 2);
this is the vertex i got
verticesXY =
40.5000 103.5000 103.5000 40.5000 40.5000
304.0000 304.0000 367.0000 367.0000 304.0000
please help me do the rotation and locate the opposite boundingbox also...

Accepted Answer

Supreeth Subbaraya
Supreeth Subbaraya on 5 Aug 2014
You can perform the rotation and translation using the functions hgtransform and makehgtform. The documentation and the examples can be found here.
Also I have modified your code and attached as bbCode.m. The code performs a basic version of the operations you asked for. You have to assign values to the variables opp_side_x, opp_side_y (Opposite side x and y coordinates) and rot_angle_rad (Rotation Angle in radians).
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Elysi Cochin
Elysi Cochin on 6 Aug 2014
i'll try on it... thank you so much for your reply....

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