This tool creates a 2D/3D reference from a set of 3 to 12 3D points.For
the best performance, the 3D points should all be coplanar, or close to
coplanar (but of course not collinear).
A bestfit plane is created from the 3D points, and the points are
projected onto this plane prior to performing a coplanar mapping back to a
2D reference system. The new reference system can have its origin and
direction calculated in a number of ways. Both 2D and 3D reference systems
are returned by this tool, where the 2D reference system refers to the x/y
plane (z=0) in 3D. 
Setup
3D coordinate system
 Reference  select the 3D calibration tool that
describes your camera.
Constraints
 Ignore points further from plane than  if
selected, a second pass is run to fit the plane better,
with outliers removed
 Max Fit RMS for accept  the mean error from
the points used in fitting the plane
Plane origin and direction
The origin of the resulting reference system and the
direction of the X axis is calculated from two points (after
projecting these points onto the plane). The first point
sets the origin, and the direction from this to the second
point will be the X axis.
 Calculate from first two active points  use
the first two active points, whether filtered as
outliers or not
 Calculate from first two accepted points 
use the first two points actually used in the plane fit
 Calculate from explicit points  specify
points in space explicitly
Axis size  defines the length of the 3D axis visualisation
3D Points
At least 3 points must be active for the mapping to
function. Select 3D points that are (nearly) coplanar to
create a new 2/3D reference system based on this 3D plane.
(If 3 noncollinear points are used, the fit is perfect.)
 Tool  tool delivering a 3D point (x, y and z)
 Result  tool result to use


Visualisation
Axis.(X,Y,Z) 
Resulting (3D) axes for the new reference system 
AxisTitle.(X,Y,Z) 
3D axes labels 
ChildAxes 
Resulting (2D) axes for the new reference system 
PlanePoints 
Points used to create the new reference system 
ReferenceAxes 

ResultAxes 

Results
Active points 
Number of points marked as active 
Valid points 
Number of points marked as valid by the referenced tools 
Accepted points 
Number of points used to perform plane fit 
Fit RMS 
RMS error from fitting 3D plane to points 
Plane origin.x 
Plane origin x coordinate 
Plane origin.y 
Plane origin y coordinate 
Plane origin.z 
Plane origin z coordinate 
X axis.(x,y,z) 
Orientation of the resulting x axis 
Y axis.(x,y,z) 
Orientation of the resulting y axis 
Z axis.(x,y,z) 
Orientation of the resulting z axis 
Plane.x 
Se note below 
Plane.y 

Plane.z 

Plane.w 

Note: The infinite plane reported is the solution to the equation
ax+by+cz+d=0, where the parameters a, b, c, d are given as the results
Plane.x, Plane.y, Plane.z and Plane.w.
Profiles
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SDP0076BoxPickingfromConveyor 
