LYGIA Shader Library

rotate4dZ (lygia/math/rotate4dZ)

returns a 4x4 rotation matrix

Use:

<mat4> rotate4dZ(<float> radians)

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#ifndef FNC_ROTATE4DZ
#define FNC_ROTATE4DZ
mat4 rotate4dZ(in float r){
    return mat4(vec4(cos(r),-sin(r),0.,0),
                vec4(sin(r),cos(r),0.,0.),
                vec4(0.,0.,1.,0.),
                vec4(0.,0.,0.,1.));
}
#endif

Use:

<float4x4> rotate4dZ(<float> radians)

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#ifndef FNC_ROTATE4DZ
#define FNC_ROTATE4DZ
float4x4 rotate4dZ(in float psi){
    return float4x4(float4(cos(psi),-sin(psi),0.,0),
                    float4(sin(psi),cos(psi),0.,0.),
                    float4(0.,0.,1.,0.),
                    float4(0.,0.,0.,1.));
}
#endif

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fn rotate4dZ(r: f32) -> mat4x4<f32> {
    return mat4x4<f32>( vec4f(cos(r),-sin(r),0.,0),
                        vec4f(sin(r),cos(r),0.,0.),
                        vec4f(0.,0.,1.,0.),
                        vec4f(0.,0.,0.,1.));
}

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