I think the best way to do that would be to import a sphere using the reference frame origin as the center of the said sphere.
Once the sphere is there, you can use the "Teach on surface" feature to create your points.
The Z-axis of the tool will then always point toward the center of the sphere.
You can then either change the size of the sphere, change the position of the TCP or change the position of the target along its Z-axis to bring your camera closer or farther away from the center point.
11-12-2020, 12:40 AM (This post was last modified: 11-12-2020, 01:25 AM by Newokone.)
cant do it with the current program and targets? as targets are already with the correct framing i just need to keep the sphere in frame all the trajectory between targets.
i Remenber Albert show me in a demo how to link the tool to a reference frame to get the tool always looking at that reference frame, he moved the robot on the robot panel but always keeping the reference frame in sync with the tool. But not hable to reproduce it now.