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Visualization of Euler angles

Asked by Nikolaos Zafirakis on 10 Sep 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Nikolaos Zafirakis on 10 Sep 2019
I currently have a set of Euler Angles and I want to visualize what happened to the object in a simple animation. I have no clue how to do this does anyone have any suggestions?
Dummy Euler angles:
x = [2.76; 2.50; 1.90; 1.79; 2.80; 2.99; -2.36; -1.43; 0.57; 1.74]
y = [-0.10; 0.81; 0.95; 0.19; 0.45; 0.37; -0.04; 0.90; 0.95; -0.32]
z = [1.03; -0.92; 1.74; 1.48; -0.49; -0.36; -2.36; -2.03; -3.03; -1.91]

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Answer by Bjorn Gustavsson on 10 Sep 2019

Maybe something as simple as plotting the unit-vectors before and after a rotation?Euler-arrows.png
That is something you can easily adapt and embelish with annotations (label arrows with 'e1', 'e1'' etc). I used a file-exchange arrow contribution that is very good.
HTH

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Hello Bjorn thanks for the reply, I have been looking at such ways but it’s unclear to me how to make this plot in Matlab do you have any further recommendations?

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