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Geomview look commands
I just checked a version of transform.c back in which includes the following new commands: (look-toward [objectID] [cameraID] [origin | bbox] Rotates the named camera to point toward the origin of the object's coordinate system, or the center of the object's bounding box. Default objectID is the world, default camera is targetcam, default location to point towards is the center of the bounding box. (look-encompass [objectID] [cameraID]) Moves cameraID backwards or forwards until its field of view surrounds objectID. It will be impossible if the camera is in hyperbolic or spherical space. If objectID is not specified, it is assumed to be the world. If cameraID is not specified, it is assumed to be the targetcam. (look [objectID] [cameraID] Rotates the named camera to point toward the center of the bounding box of the named object, then moves the camera forward or backward until the object appears as large as possible while still being entirely visible. Equivalent to progn ( (look-toward [objectID] [cameraID]) (look-encompass [objectID] [cameraID]) ) If objectID is not specified, it is assumed to be World. If cameraID is not specified, it is assumed to be targetcam. (look-recenter [objectID] [cameraID] Translates and rotates the camera so that it is looking in the -z direction (in objectID's coordinate system) at the center of objectID's bounding box with the camera as close as possible to the object for the entire object to be visible. Also makes sure that the y-axes of objectID and cameraID are parallel.
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