Local and global coordinates in ICE trees


When you get positions through the PointPosition attribute, you’re getting local coordinates.
Local coordinates are relative to the center of an object, while global coordinates are relative to the global origin.

In this video, I look at a case where what seemed like a problem was really a missing conversion into global coordinates.

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