Ask Your Question

Revision history [back]

click to hide/show revision 1
initial version

In short: yes, it can.

In fact: you can lookup transforms from any frame in your tree to any other frame in the tree. Doesn't matter how many intermediate frames there are.

This is one of the things that makes TF such a useful library (if it couldn't, it would essentially be just a very convoluted transformation matrix hashmap).

In short: yes, it can.

In fact: you can lookup transforms from any frame in your tree to any other other frame in the tree. tree, both forward and inverse. Doesn't matter how many intermediate frames there are.

This is one of the things that makes TF such a useful library (if it couldn't, it would essentially be just a very convoluted transformation matrix hashmap).

can I get the transformation from Parent -> Child2 ? Can the TransformListener return a combination of transformations ?

In short: yes, it can.

In fact: you can lookup transforms from any frame in your tree to any other frame in the tree, both forward and inverse. Doesn't matter how many intermediate frames there are.

This is one of the things that makes TF such a useful library (if it couldn't, it would essentially be just a very convoluted transformation matrix hashmap).