vpScale (3) - Linux Man Pages

vpScale: multiply the current transformation matrix by a

NAME

vpScale - multiply the current transformation matrix by a scaling matrix

SYNOPSIS

#include <volpack.h>

vpResult

vpScale(vpc, sx, sy, sz)
vpContext *vpc;
double sxR;
double syR;
double szR;

ARGUMENTS

vpc
VolPack context from vpCreateContext.
sx
Scale factor for the X dimension.
sy
Scale factor for the Y dimension.
sz
Scale factor for the Z dimension.

DESCRIPTION

vpScale is used to multiply the current transformation matrix by a 4-by-4 scaling matrix. The arguments specify independent scale factors for each of the three cartesian axes. The scaling matrix is:
  sx  0   0   0

 0   sy  0   0

 0   0   sz  0

 0   0   0   1

Use vpCurrentMatrix to set the current transformation matrix. By default, the scaling matrix is post-multiplied (M = M*S where M is the current matrix and S is the scaling matrix). The VP_CONCAT_MODE option to vpSeti can be used to select pre-multiplication.

STATE VARIABLES

The current matrix concatenation parameters can be retrieved with the following state variable codes (see vpGeti(3)): VP_CURRENT_MATRIX, VP_CONCAT_MODE.

ERRORS

The return value is always VP_OK.