These functions take a user orientation matrix
from an RGL scene and approximate the
parameters to either lattice or base
graphics functions.

```
rglToLattice(rotm = par3d("userMatrix"))
rglToBase(rotm = par3d("userMatrix"))
```

## Arguments

rotm |
A matrix in homogeneous coordinates to convert. |

## Details

The lattice package can use Euler angles in
the ZYX scheme to describe the rotation of a scene
in its `wireframe`

or
`cloud`

functions. The
`rglToLattice`

function computes these angles
based on `rotm`

, which defaults to the current
user matrix. This allows RGL to be used
to interactively find a decent viewpoint and
then reproduce it in lattice.

The base graphics `persp`

function does
not use full Euler angles; it
uses a viewpoint angle, and assume the z axis
remains vertical. The `rglToBase`

function
computes the viewpoint angle accurately if the
RGL scene is displayed with a vertical
z axis, and does an approximation otherwise.

## Value

`rglToLattice`

returns a list suitable to
be used as the `screen`

argument to
`wireframe`

.

`rglToBase`

returns a list containing
`theta`

and `phi`

components which
can be used as corresponding arguments in `persp`

.

## Author

Duncan Murdoch

## Examples

```
persp3d(volcano, col = "green")
if ((hasorientlib <- requireNamespace("orientlib", quietly = TRUE)) &&
requireNamespace("lattice", quietly = TRUE))
lattice::wireframe(volcano, screen = rglToLattice())
if (hasorientlib) {
angles <- rglToBase()
persp(volcano, col = "green", border = NA, shade = 0.5,
theta = angles$theta, phi = angles$phi)
}
```