A three channel image of 32bit floats generated via ComputePointMap. Each pixel represents the three coordinates in millimeters with respect to the camera coordinate system or the calibrated origin system, if available. Its number value is the time stamp of the image it has been created from. The point map is computed directly from the camera’s DisparityMap, using the cameras Calibration data.



A three channel x,y,z image of 32bit float values with the same size as the camera images.


The point coordinates are automatically transformed into world/workspace coordinates by following the transformations of all camera’s Link nodes and the global Links. The transformation chain starts by transforming the point cloud into the coordinate system pointed to by the current camera’s Link node and stops when it reaches a coordinate system that has no outgoing link or a loop in the link tree was detected.