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It is not clear in the example, Plan a Reaching Trajectory With Multiple Kinematic Constraints, why the aiming constraint is [0 0 100]
There is no reference body, so the origin is considered as the reference, according to the documentation. However, this statement alignWithCup.TargetPoint = [0, 0, 100] is not clear. The axes don't show any 100s. Only a small range in decimals to a single digit small number. So what does the big number 100 represent? What units? And how is 100 measured relative to the cup?
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Karsh Tharyani
Karsh Tharyani on 26 Feb 2021
Edited: Karsh Tharyani on 26 Feb 2021
Right - I think the answer cited below should also answer your question.
Please feel free to comment here if you are still unclear about the definition of this constraint.

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Alan Moses
Alan Moses on 26 Feb 2021
You may refer to the answer here to a similar question.


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