Do you know the coordinates of the point outside of the square?Hi all,
during some hobby research I encountered a geometrical problem I can't solve for my knowledge. I hope you can give me some help:
I have a square which I know the edge length (1); then I have a point, outside of it, and segments that connect it to each square's vertex. I know the angles between each segment and the next.
I need to know the length of at least two segments, and/or the coordinates of the observer if we place all them in a Cartesian plane.
This is needed for me for a sort of "perspective identification": i need to know the observer's orientation (yaw/pitch/roll) and distance w.r.t. to the reference square. Only when the above problem is solved, I think I can easily adapt it into 3D. But if you have good solution for this "bigger" problem too, feel free to inform me
Many many many thanks!!! and greetings from Italy!