# Does anyone actually use the return values of solvePnP() to compute the coordinates of the camera w.r.t. the object in the world space?

All the demo video of pose estimation using solvePnP() given in various posts exhibit a wireframe coordinate system or a wireframe object on top of the target image only. Does anyone actually use the return values of solvePnP() to compute the coordinates of the camera w.r.t. the object in the world space? My main confuse is the return values from solvePnP() are the rotation and translation of the **object** in **camera coordinate system**. Can we actually use return values to compute camera pose w.r.t. the object in the world space?
I been searching this answer for over two months. Can anyone help me? Thanks,