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Why does URDF use Euler angle to represent rotation?

Euler angles are easier and more intuitive as a human input and the singularity/gimbal lock issues aren't really a concern for static rigid transforms. It would be an issue for a moving joint with a 3-...
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Why does URDF use Euler angle to represent rotation?

Using Euler angles in URDF to represent rotation between two links primarily serves readability and simplicity in defining link connections in the robot's structure. Euler angles, despite their known ...
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