World Tracking and Orientation With expo.AR

Hello,
I’m wondering how to get the phone position and orientation in the real-world from the origin point using expo.AR?
With AR-Kit, the ar.frame.camera has this data.

I have looked at the expoThree, expo.AR, and expo-graphics API, but they are not very comprehensive, not all the attributes or methods seem to be there.

I have the GraphicsView (expo-graphics.View) in a View element that grabs a user’s touch, and I want to log the world position when the user taps on the screen. I have the demo from:
https://docs.expo.io/versions/latest/sdk/AR/

With the following functions added or modified:

constructor(props){
	super(props)
	this.state = {buttonText:"Nothing"}
	this.handleClick = this.handleClick.bind(this)
}

handleClick(){
	this.camera.updateMatrixWorld()
	console.log(this.camera.position)
	this.setState({buttonText:"Clicked!"})
}


render() {
	// You need to add the `isArEnabled` & `arTrackingConfiguration` props.
	// `isArRunningStateEnabled` Will show us the play/pause button in the corner.
	// `isArCameraStateEnabled` Will render the camera tracking information on the screen.
	// `arTrackingConfiguration` denotes which camera the AR Session will use. 
	// World for rear, Face for front (iPhone X only)
	return (
	<View onResponderRelease={this.handleClick} onStartShouldSetResponderCapture={()=>true}>
		<Button title="Cheese"></Button>
		<Text>{this.state.buttonText}</Text>
		<GraphicsView
			style={{ flex: 1 }}
			onContextCreate={this.onContextCreate}
			onRender={this.onRender}
			onResize={this.onResize}
			isArEnabled
			isArRunningStateEnabled
			isArCameraStateEnabled
			arTrackingConfiguration={'ARWorldTrackingConfiguration'}
		/>
		</View>
	);
}

Is this the correct topic “How to” to post this question?

I have managed to find how to do this in WebXR, but I don’t think React Native supports WebXR yet. In WebXR, the function I am looking for is XRSession.requestReferenceSpace(‘unbounded’)
Any ideas how to do this in the AR module?