A camera move in which the camera is moved in a complete circle to give a spinning effect in the film. A partial rotation is called a Tilt.
turning of a tooth by movement around its long axis; a tooth is said to be rotated if turning it around its long axis is required in order to bring it into its proper position
(3) A turn around a center point or axis.
the action or process of rotating on or as if on an axis or center; one complete turn
In the context of spins and qubits, a rotation around by an angle is an operation of the form . The operator may be any unit combination of Pauli matrices. This defines an axis in three-space, and in the Bloch sphere representation, the operation has the effect suggested by the terminology.
Geometric transformation involving a change of orientation.
Digital video effect where the image is rotated about some predetermined axis. The axis itself may rotate to create complex effects.
a movement of your pen where the tip and the back of your pen returns to the same position after a 360 degrees turn. Two rotations means 720 degrees, half rotation means 180 degrees, and so on.
turning around a center or an axis, or to turn in a circle.
A transformation obtained by rotating a figure a given turn angle about a point.
Movement of a bone such that it revolves around it's own longitudinal axis (e.g. turning the head from side to side at the joint between the atlas and axis).
Turning of a body on its axis. Satellite - A body that revolves around a larger body.
the turning of the Earth on its axis toward and away from the Sun.
a spin around a certain point, called the center of rotation Triangle ABC is rotated (45 degrees) about point P to make triangle A'B'C'
Pivoting movement that twists a body part, head art, or leg on its long axis.
A circular or turning movement of a body part, such as the back or head, around its axis.
A turn transformation of an object about a fixed point.
movement of a bone around its own axis, with no other movement
The action of moving in a circle around an axis or fixed point.
The movement of a body about its axis. The Earth "rotates" about its axis.
Spinning motion of a body about an axis.
a transformation under which a point or shape is rotated (turned) around a fixed point.
the act of rotating as if on an axis; "the rotation of the dancer kept time with the music"
(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin
a single complete turn (axial or orbital); "the plane made three rotations before it crashed"; "the revolution of the earth about the sun takes one year"
a correspondence between points and their image points where one point is fixed and the image points are transformed at a new angle position
a geometric transformation that changes the orientation of an object, extended light source or viewpoint
a half turn on the axis, while holding the center piece
a linear transformation which can be represented by a orthogonal matrix A with
a linear transformation which preserves (Euclidean) distances
an example of a rigid transformation
a transformation about a fixed point such that every point in the object turns through the same angle relative to that fixed point
a transformation that changes the orientation of an object (the way that it's facing)
a planet's spin on its own axis.
the spin of a planet about its axis of rotation
A transformation obtained by rotating a figure around a fixed point (i.e., turning a figure about a point).
All. When you throw your arm and shoulder into a turn, that's rotation. You can wind up and release and swing your shoulder into a turn, like a baseball swing has a windup and swing.
The amount of time that it takes to turn completely around. For the Earth this takes 24 hours and is commonly referred to as a day. (See Pinhole Camera Observatory and Modeling the Earth-Sun System )
Spinning around an axis. The Earth rotates once every day.
The circular motion of a body about the polar axis.
In geometry, a transformation that turns a figure about a point.
A movement of a figure that turns that figure around a fixed point.
The spin given to the ball at the moment of delivery.
The spinning of a body. The Earth completes one rotation every 24 hours.
The spinning of a planet or other objects on its axis.
A transformation that moves all points around the center of rotation. A rotation maintains each point's distance to the center of rotation and to each other.
the spin on a body's axis
Term used in describing displacement of fracture fragments. There is rotation of the distal fragment (relative to the proximal fragment) along the long axis of the bone. This may be external or internal
twisting around a central axis.
The swapping of tyres from the front axis to rear one or from side-to-side on the same axis, to obtain optimal and homogenous wearing.
Moving in one line of the body's axis.
the spinning of a celestial body (like Earth) on an imaginary axis
A transformation which preserves distances and leaves a line, the axis of rotation, unchanged.
In reference to joint movement, turning motion which is possible at ball-and-socket joints (such as the hips and shoulders) and at the trunk of the body.
Motion of an object where the path of every point is a circle or circular arc. A rotation is defined by a point and vector which determine the axis of rotation. The direction of the vector is the direction of the axis and the magnitude of the vector is the angle of rotation. Scalar: A mathematical entity which has a numeric value but no direction (in contrast to a vector).
The spinning of a body on its own axis. Earth rotates once a day. See also revolution, which is often confused with rotation.
Movement of a bone around its long (longitudinal) axis.
An object spinning about its center.
Transforming a graphical image by rotating it about some axis, to some degree. 'Mirroring' is a special case of rotation.
Rotary motion about an axis.
Rotating the whole screen or sprite or tilemap around an axis.
A transformation which turns a figure about a point a given number of degrees.
a transformation of a figure by turning it about a center point or axis. The amount of rotation is usually expressed in the number of degrees (e.g., a 90º rotation). Also called a Turn.
Circular motion around an axis. A forward roll is a rotation, as is a twist.
A change with location of a figure by turning it about a point
A particular type of simple transformation on a binary search tree (see binary search tree) that changes local structure without changing inorder traversal (see inorder traversal) ordering. See section 5.3 Rotations, 9.2 Rotations, 12.3 Rotations, and 15.2 Rotations, for more details.
the spin of a galaxy, star, planet, moon, or asteroid about a central axis
The spin of a body about its axis.
Played with the full ball set, the object is to build a score by potting balls of increasing value. The ball values correspond to the numbers on the balls. The usual score to play to is 61 - the first player to reach 61 wins. The lowest numbered ball on the table must always be hit first, although it does not matter which order the balls are potted in. If a ball is potted out of turn the ball in question is replaced on the table. If the cue ball is potted, it is replaced, and the non-offending player may place it on the table anywhere they wish.
A transformation in which a figure “turns” around a center point or axis.
The transformation that occurs when a figure is turned a certain angle and direction around a point. A rotation is also called a turn.
The process of turning around an axis
The spin given to the ball that creates both the break and action.
Rigid motion with repetition around a point.
The movement of one vertebra to another about its normal or abnormal coronal axis.
A type of transformation that turns a figure about a fixed point, called the center of rotation.
The pivoting of a bone on its axis (internal-toward the body midline; external-away from the body midline).
the rotatory motion of a celestial body around its own axis. Slingshot Effect a mechanism by which when a spacecraft flies very near a planet it receives an acceleration; thus the spacecraft gains further speed compared to when it left the Earth.
Twisting movement of one vertebra on another as a patient turns from one side to the other.
Motion in which the path of every point in a moving object is a circle, or circular arc, centered on a specified axis.
A transformation that maps every point in the plane to its image by rotating the plane around a fixed point.
The act of turning around an axis.
A rotation in the plane through an angle q and about a point is a rigid motion fixing so that if is distinct from then the angle between the lines PQ and PT(Q) is always . A rotation through an angle in space is a rigid motion fixing the points of a line so that it is a rotation through in the plane perpendicular to through some point on
The turning or spinning of a body about an axis running through it.
the spinning of an object.
The spin of an object about its own axis.
The turning of a body part about its long axis as if on a pivot.
Tilting an image in response to customer requests or to align it with other page elements. Rotating an image that has been transformed into computer data is a time consuming and relatively expensive operation.
Motion aound an axis passing through the rotating body.
a movement in which the tooth turned along the long axis of the tooth.
An isometry in which all points turn through a constant angle about a fixed point. The fixed point is called the center of rotation, and the amount of turn is called the angle of rotation (Lesson 8.1 ).
In computer graphics, the transformation of a primitive by rotating it about an axis. See also transformation.
The transformation that occurs when a figure is turned a certain angle and direction around a fixed point. It is also known as a "turn."
A rotation Rp,,,, of point A about point P through an angle of measure m is a transformation which maps A into its rota- tion image A' such that PA = PA' and m Z-APA'
In building structures, the torsional movement of a diaphragm about a vertical axis.
A transformation that turns (or orients) an object about an axis.
The spinning of a body, such as the earth, about its axis.
Rotation is the movement of an object in a circular motion. A two-dimensional object rotates around a center (or point) of rotation. A three-dimensional object rotates around a line called an axis.