Dear NVIDIA team,
I just started to use Isaac Sim for simulation and I have the following two questions:
I created a ground plane and wanted to have some reference lines which could help me observe the moving of my robot clearer. I’m wondering if it is possible to grid the ground plane or add a coordinate for it by changing the load_stage.py. When I launched the Isaac Sim and open the .usd file from the graphic interface, I could see the coordinate of the world frame. However, if I load the .usd file by using load_stage.py in python, the coordinate will disappear;
After reading the documents, I still felt a little bit confused about the kit.update(x). From my understanding, x is the step time for the simulator. The program will calculate the motion of the robot in x and then display it. If I keep the input command be the same, then [kit.update(1)] and [for i in range(10): kit.update(0.1)] should give me same results. However, they were different when I tested it. I thought I might misunderstand this function. Could you explain more about this function for me : ) ?
Thank you so much for your help!