Related nodes. Attributes.
An ikEffector is the end-effector of a skeleton.
An ikEffector is created automatically when an ikHandle is created, and
connected with that ikHandle. It has the same parent as the end joint has,
and is located at the same position as the end joint. Its translate attribute
has a connection with the translate attribute of the end joint by default.
The ik solution will drive the ikEffector to match where the ikHandle is.
The handlePath attribute indicates the ikEffector has an ikHandle attached.
An ikEffector can not be connected with more than one ikHandle.
The hideDisplay attribute indicates the display status. If hideDisplay is
true, the ikEffector will not be drawn in the 3D view. The ikEffector will
be hidden by default, if there is an ikHandle attached.
|Node name||Parents||MFn type||Compatible function sets|
joint, ikSolver, ikMCsolver, ikSplineSolver, ikSCsolver, ikRPsolver, ikPASolver, ikSystem, ikHandle
|Long name (short name)||Type||Default||Flags|