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 [cgkit-user] toEulerXYZ () From: Myrek - 2008-08-18 08:38:20 Attachments: Message as HTML ```I wanted to use the toEulerXYZ () and probably wrong acts. First rotate "podstawa1" axis of 300 degrees so as: podstawa1.rot = mat3.fromEulerXYZ (0, 0, radians (300)) and it's ok: >>> Podstawa1.rot (0.5, 0.866025, 0) (-0.866025, 0.5, 0) (0, 0, 1) But I wants back to read about how many degrees is rotate: >>> ile = degrees (podstawa1.rot.toEulerXYZ () [2]) >>> Print ile 60.0 Provides 60 instead of 300, why? You can see that the function toEulerXYZ () calculates 180 - (300-180) = 60, why? How to correctly read the angle of rotation over 180 degrees? The toEulerXYZ () reads correctly only up to 180 degrees. Thx. Myrek ```

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