Spatially disconnect this entity from its parent.

Specifies that the entity path at which this is logged is spatially disconnected from its parent, making it impossible to transform the entity path into its parent's space and vice versa. It only applies to space views that work with spatial transformations, i.e. 2D & 3D space views. This is useful for specifying that a subgraph is independent of the rest of the scene.

Components components

Required: DisconnectedSpace

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Example example

Disconnected space disconnected-space

"""Disconnect two spaces."""

import rerun as rr

rr.init("rerun_example_disconnected_space", spawn=True)

# These two points can be projected into the same space..
rr.log("world/room1/point", rr.Points3D([[0, 0, 0]]))
rr.log("world/room2/point", rr.Points3D([[1, 1, 1]]))

# ..but this one lives in a completely separate space!
rr.log("world/wormhole", rr.DisconnectedSpace())
rr.log("world/wormhole/point", rr.Points3D([[2, 2, 2]]))