Question by : In terms of robotics what is the difference between joint motion and Cartesian motion?
Answer by Starrysky
Joint motion is measured on a polar grid (circular, with center at the joint) that shows angle and radius.
Cartesian motion is measured on a rectangular grid, with X and Y axes that cross anywhere the user wants. Sometimes the zero center is at the target, sometimes it is at the beginning of the motion.
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