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Description
Write a program that loads in an image and repeatedly rotates it by x degrees until the image has been rotated 360⁰ in total.
Your program should include the following:
• A parameter for the angle to rotate by at each step
• A function for multiplying two arbitrary nxm matrices (n and m should be dynamic)
• A rotation matrix of the format below. Each pixel in the image must be multiplied by R

cos
− sin
using the matrix multiplication function (prior bullet).
^{=} ^{�}sin
cos
�

An array variable for your image that is large enough for the entire image to be visible during all the intermediate rotations (when you’ve rotated 45⁰, the corners of your image should not be clipped)

Absolute color error calculation: Code to compute the absolute error between the colors of the original image’s pixels and the colors of the image after it’s been rotated 360⁰

Pixel displacement calculation: Code to compute the distance each pixel moves during rotation. This total value should be divided by:
(numPixelsInImage * numTimesImageWasRotated)
You can use the OpenCV and Numpy libraries for opening, displaying, and saving images and to create empty arrays/images. You may also use the math library built into Python for sine, cosine, and PI calculations. You may not use any other builtin functions or libraries.
Submit your code and a report. Your report must be a PDF and contain the following:

Summary of the assignment goals

3+ images showing your code at intermediate stages (image rotated x degrees) with captions saying what angle stepsize is being used and the total rotation of the image so far (i.e. Image rotated 60⁰ with steps of 20⁰, 3 rotation operations applied so far.)

A chart with the following information filled in:

Angle Step Size
# Rotations
Absolute Color Error
Pixel Displacement
(# Rotations) * (Pixel
Displacement)
45⁰
8
60⁰
6
90⁰
4
120⁰
3
180⁰
2
360⁰
1

Conclusions drawn from the completed chart

Discussion of any issues encountered