What Im trying to achieve is to define the camera as a true object much like a person. Blue represents world space that we are used to especially in terms of positioning objects in a world. Furthermore, to put it in a real world perspective, world space is no different than the real world constants of North, South, East, West and the yaw of the camera currently corresponds to these directions.
Red is what the end goal is that I'm trying to solve. In relation to world coordinates, the yaw of the camera has a value of 45 degrees. In relations to the real world the camera is pointing Northeast.
Issues with the current state of the camera to the world: If an object was placed at -1, 1 (upperleft), the camera will see the object at an angle 315 degrees arbitrarily to the orientation of the camera.
In the end, how do I localize the degrees for the yaw in relation to the camera as show in red?