Solving implicit equation of a plane
Can someone tell me if what I am doing is correct. I am trying to solve this equation of 0 = n ( p - p0 ) where n, p, and p0 are points on the plane. Assume this is a 2D dimension (x,y). Is this the correct way of calculating this equation.
0 = nx (px - p0x) + ny (py - p0y)
Purpose: I am trying to find if point p resides on the positive or negative side of the plane.
Only help if you know the answer please.
Re: Solving implicit equation of a plane
I don't want to pick at you but...
If you want to get some help from us, you should be more precise and more specific.
Originally Posted by kouma