Do these use cases of homogeneous coordinates in (n+1)th dimension work the same way as the example explored later on? Or do other cases encode different values to the (n+1)th value?

madi_davis

Where does the name homogenous come from?

Benjamin

Are there other nonlinear transformations (besides affine transformations) that can be turned into linear transformations using either homogenous coordinates or some other method?

Do these use cases of homogeneous coordinates in (n+1)th dimension work the same way as the example explored later on? Or do other cases encode different values to the (n+1)th value?

Where does the name homogenous come from?

Are there other nonlinear transformations (besides affine transformations) that can be turned into linear transformations using either homogenous coordinates or some other method?