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An object has a rotation (α, β, γ) in 3D space, using Euler extrinsic rotation (x–y–z). This object also has an additional rotation (Δα, Δβ, Δγ) in local coordinates.
How can this information be applied to find the new rotation (α, β, γ)?
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