How do the numbers in a matrix relate to coordinates in 3D space. I've looked at a ton of tutorials for an answer but I still haven't come to an answer. They explain mainly the math which I try to use to answer my question, but I can't come to a conclusion I'm sure of. If I needed to apply a transformation matrix to the vertices of a model, I'd be held completely at how the matrix values correspond to x, y, and z locations.

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Jump to PostImagine your screen being a cube. The x and the y values give you the position at the very front of the screen/cube. y determines how high a point is, and x determines how far a point is from the edges. The z axis then adds a depth to this. …

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