I've an irregular box that is set on a fixture. The fixture is capable to translate and rotate the box. The original position of the box is known, by probes located at each side. If the box is translated and rotated to a new known location, with same probes. How do I determine the point and the angle of rotation that leads to this new location?.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Determining the Point and Angle of Rotation

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