What is Absolute Coordinates?

Absolute Coordinates is a coordinate system that uses a fixed frame of reference, typically an origin point and a set of axes aligned with the directions of the world’s major physical features. It allows for accurate measurements within a given space, regardless of the location or movement of the observer. In 3D Visualization, Absolute Coordinates is used to create precise models of real-world spaces. Objects placed in Absolute Coordinates will remain in the same place regardless of camera position or perspective. This makes it an ideal system for creating walkthroughs or flythroughs of complex environments.