Monthly Archives: January 2013

Geometric Inverse Application 1: Barycentric Coordinates

Last time I jotted down some equations suggesting how you should understand 3d matrix inverses, or how to solve 3×3 equations. Below is a first application, for obtaining barycentric coordinates. Barycentric coordinates are the canonical way of describing a point … Continue reading

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Geometric Interpretation of a 3D Matrix Inverse

I work a lot with 3D calculations, and every so often a non trivial 3D tidbit comes along. Some of these might be of use to others – and so, by the power vested in me as absolute monarch of … Continue reading

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