This class is autogenerated. More detailed documentation can be found in the SDFormat spec.

class v18.actor.Actor.Pose(value='0 0 0 0 0 0', relative_to=None)
relative_to: If specified, this pose is expressed in the named

frame. The named frame must be declared within the same scope (world/model) as the element that has its pose specified by this tag. If missing, the pose is expressed in the frame of the parent XML element of the element that contains the pose. For exceptions to this rule and more details on the default behavior, see http://sdformat.org/tutorials?tut=pose_frame_semantics. Note that @relative_to merely affects an element’s initial pose and does not affect the element’s dynamic movement thereafter. New in v1.8: @relative_to may use frames of nested scopes. In this case, the frame is specified using :: as delimiter to define the scope of the frame, e.g. nested_model_A::nested_model_B::awesome_frame.