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I added an image normally (Shift + A > Empty > Image) and the image's origin is at world (0,0,0), then I scaled the image to make it bigger.

The origin of the image is at its bottom-left corner, I tried to move it to the center of the image but it didn't seem to be possible.

The only property of the image I can see is its origin, so I'd like to know: how to find out the world point that represents the center of this image?

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In the empty tab, set the offset values to -0.5 for X and Y. This will center the image. The world position of the empty now equals the center point of your image.

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