How to draw a generic cylinder with arbitrary orientation

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Hi,
How to draw a generic cylinder, we have its radius, length, position of center of mass ( or bottom face center) and its orientation (using a unit vector, for example 0,0,1 for z-axis ). Any help would be appreciated.
Regards
Reza

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Matt J
Matt J on 4 Dec 2023
Edited: Matt J on 4 Dec 2023
See this File Exchange download,
[cCenter,cRadius,cHeight,cYawPitch]=...
deal([0 0 0], 2, 10, [45 -30]); %Cylinder parameters
gtCyl=cylindricalFit.groundtruth([],cCenter,cRadius,cHeight,cYawPitch); %Data-less ground truth objects
plot(gtCyl)
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Mohammad Reza
Mohammad Reza on 24 Dec 2023
Edited: Mohammad Reza on 24 Dec 2023
Thanks.
This is what I learned, in case somebody needs it as well:
Z_axis oriented cylinder: cYawPitch= [0 90]
Y_axis oriented cylinder: cYawPitch= [90 0]
X_axis oriented cylinder: cYawPitch= [0 0]

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