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Converting A 3D Rotational Vector Into A 3D Forward Heading Vector

I need to do a raycast which accepts a Vector3D StartPos and a Vector3D EndPos. I have available to me the characters position and the cameras rotation in 3D vectors. I need to somehow compute a ...
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The correct way to transform a ray with a matrix?

Playing with XNA Triangle Picking Sample I found out that it does not work well if you scale the world matrix of the objects you want to pick. When I dug into the implementation I found this comment ...
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Ray picking and bounding boxes in Java

How do I check which bounding boxes (of different types) a ray, sent from the camera through the mouse-click coordinates, intersects with first in Java (and where)? I have arrays (box_X, box_Y, box_Z, ...
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How can I remove the view and projection matrix from ray position to get only the ray model?

I've got a little problem with my picking module and I need your help. I have a method to project a ray from the camera to a fixed point when I click somewhere. The computed ray looks good, it go to ...
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Keeping raycast on the same level

I want my raycast to end at certain height(red line). But as the game is 3D and the camera rotates I can't use a fixed magnitude. What I thought was a stroke of genius, I figured I'd project the ...
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Why doesn't Unity's OnCollisionEnter give me surface normals, and what's the most reliable way to get them?

Unity's on collision event gives you a Collision object that gives you some information about the collision that happened (including a list of ContactPoints with hit normals). But what you don't get ...
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Optimized algorithm for line-sphere intersection in GLSL

Well, hello then! I need to find intersection between line and sphere in GLSL. Right now my solution is based on Paul Bourke's page and was ported to GLSL this way: // The line passes through p1 and ...