Update of /cvsroot/cgkit/cgkit2/cgkit
In directory sc8prcvs1.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvsserv29688/cgkit
Modified Files:
targetcamera.py freecamera.py
Log Message:
Fixed the documentation of the eyeRay() method
Index: targetcamera.py
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RCS file: /cvsroot/cgkit/cgkit2/cgkit/targetcamera.py,v
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and that goes through a given point on the image plane. The
point on the plane is given by (x0, y0) which each ranges from
! 1 to 1. (1,1) is at the lower left and (1,1) at the upper right.
! (0,0) is the center of the image.
The arguments width and height determine the ratio of the image
plane (the absolute values of width and height are irrelevant).
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and that goes through a given point on the image plane. The
point on the plane is given by (x0, y0) which each ranges from
! 0 to 1. (0,0) is at the upper left and (1,1) at the lower right.
The arguments width and height determine the ratio of the image
plane (the absolute values of width and height are irrelevant).
Index: freecamera.py
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RCS file: /cvsroot/cgkit/cgkit2/cgkit/freecamera.py,v
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*** freecamera.py 8 Feb 2005 20:23:40 0000 1.3
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This method returns a ray whose origin is at the eye position
and that goes through a given point on the image plane. The
! point on the plane is given by (x0, y0) which each range from
! 1 to 1. (1,1) is at the lower left and (1,1) at the upper right.
! (0,0) is the center of the image.
The arguments width and height determine the ratio of the image
plane (the absolute values of width and height are irrelevant).
 101,106 
This method returns a ray whose origin is at the eye position
and that goes through a given point on the image plane. The
! point on the plane is given by (x0, y0) which each ranges from
! 0 to 1. (0,0) is at the upper left and (1,1) at the lower right.
The arguments width and height determine the ratio of the image
plane (the absolute values of width and height are irrelevant).
