Set or get pitch angle of camera for Satellite Scenario Viewer
Set Camera Pitch Angle of Satellite Scenario Viewer
Create a satellite scenario object.
sc = satelliteScenario;
Launch the Satellite Scenario Viewer.
v = satelliteScenarioViewer(sc);
In the Satellite Scenario Viewer, set the pitch angle of the camera to 60 degrees.
pitch = -60; % degrees campitch(v,pitch);
viewer — Satellite Scenario Viewer
Satellite Scenario Viewer, specified as a scalar
pitch — Pitch angle of camera
-90 (default) | scalar the in the range [–90, 90]
Pitch angle of the camera in degrees, specified as a scalar in the range [–90, 90]. By default, the pitch angle is –90 degrees, which means that camera points directly toward the surface of the globe.
outPitch — Camera pitch angle
numeric scalar in the range [-90, 90]
Camera pitch angle in degrees, returned as a numeric scalar.
When the pitch angle is near –90 (the default value) or 90 degrees, the camera loses one rotational degree of freedom. As a result, when you change the roll angle, the heading angle might change instead. This phenomenon is called gimbal lock. To avoid the effects of gimbal lock, call the
camheadingfunction instead of the
Introduced in R2021a
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