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##### Description of the problem

For the matrix is column major and right multiplication in three js, which means column elements are placed in adjacent memory address, the matrix made from euler order ‘XYZ’ is actually that of ‘ZYX’. I didn’t check other euler orders yet. I found this because the euler angles which I exported from FBX file is ‘XYZ’ order, but I have to set them to ‘ZYX’ to get the right result in three js. Or I was wrong, if three js rotation is based on the local coordination of object instead of that of it’s parent.

##### Three.js version

- Dev
- r82
- …

##### Browser

- All of them
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Internet Explorer

##### OS

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- Windows
- Linux
- Android
- IOS

In three.js, Euler angles are of the

intrinsicTait-Bryan type. Rotations are performed with respect to thelocalcoordinate system. That is, for order XYZ, the rotation is first around X, then around local-Y (which may now be different from the world Y-axis), then local-Z (which may be different from the world Z-axis).If the rotations are performed with respect to the static

worldcoordinate system, instead of thelocalcoordinate system, then the angles are referred to asextrinsicEuler angles. In that case, for order XYZ, the rotations are around world-X, world-Y, and world-Z.Euler order XYZ when the angles are interpreted as intrinsic angles is equivalent to order ZYX when the same angles are interpreted as extrinsic angles.

So a reasonable assumption would be that the FBX Euler angles are extrinsic. To convert to three.js angles, reverse the order.