A technique for using rays to determine points of intersection. Often used in lighting simulation.

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Unity Raycast shoots right through some objects

I made a melee combat system for my game. The code looks like this: var hit:RaycastHit; if(Physics.Raycast(transform.position,transform.forward,hit)) { if(hit.distance<=2.0) { ...
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Libgdx, find Vector3 direction

I am using Libgdx along with Bullet physics. I have a vehicle moving. I would like to use a ray from the vehicles origin and in the vehicles forward direction. How can I create the forward Vector3 ...
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How can I consistently identify location on a mesh from a raycast hit?

I am using RaycastHit.triangleIndex to identify a location on a mesh (very low poly). However, I have discovered that a given triangle on the mesh does not have the same triangleIndex value from one ...
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Raycasting on Z in 2D

I'm making an isometric game in Unity. So far I have managed to render a diamond shaped board, with tiles that are aligned on the x and y axis (and the camera looks down the Z axis). I am spawning ...
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Problems with Raycasting Requirements

Im working on a script which kinda works like an Enemy AI. Its kinda like a detection system with requirements that are required to be met. This is a recent question i asked using my code Raycast ...
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Raycast Flashing problem

Can anyone tell me what is wrong with me code ? If you can see, whenever the player is in range of the raycast. The enemy turns red. But for some reason. Even when the player has meet the requirement ...
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2D bouncing formula doesn't work properly

am new to unity, and i am trying to create a bouncing ball, so i've did many researches about bouncing realted physics and i found a formula : Formula: -2*(V dot N)*N + V Where V is the velocity ...
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Ray picking gives inversed results

I'm trying to do a simple ray picking implementation to allow a user to select a cell in a grid rendered in 3D. I'm almost there, but I've ran into an issue which I can't seem to solve. Consider the ...
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Direct raycasting from moving point A and moving Point B

I am attempting to raycast from Point A to Point A (both moving points). I dont understand the comcept of raycasting (direction). Update() { player = GameObject.FindGameObjectWithTag ("Player"); ...
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How to identify whether the boundingvolume intersects with walls or floor when it doesnt return normals?

My game in jMonkey is the kind that use will have to place objects in a scene (which consist of walls and slabs and floor). All my models are centered at origin. When the user click a point I use ray ...
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Performance issues with visibility detection and object transparency

I'm working on a 3d game that has a view similar to classic isometric games (diablo, etc.). One of the things I'm trying to implement is the effect of turning walls transparent when the player walks ...
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Ray casting: need to find start and end vectors

So I have a 3D object and I'm trying to implement Maximum Intensity Projection on it. I already started of using a default vector to show per pixel, namely: pixelCoord[0] = uVec[0] * (i - ...
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Why Reducing fragments by increasing geometry vertices turn out to be slow?

I am developing a ray-casting program by OpenGL. At first I made a large bounding box including the whole volume and render this box, which triggers the ray-casting. I'm trying to optimize this ...
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Creating a ray with angle movement restrictions

In Unity is it possible to create a ray which has movement restrictions. As in creating a ray which is fixed to one point. When this point is moved around. The line is also moved around. But when the ...
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In libgdx, how do I get the intersection of a ray with a model instance?

I am using LibGDX trying to use raypicking to pick a point on a Mesh. I have two methods for this that don't seem to work quite right: /** * @param ray * @param intersection The vector to store ...
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Organization of world/eye/clip bounding volumes for ray picking

I currently have objects defined in world coordinates and also other "overlay" type objects defined in eye or clip space. I want to be able to select objects (ray picking) from both the overlay or ...
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(Unity 3D) Why are bone colliders with an Animator Controller so finicky?

I have an NPC with colliders parented to its bones using the Unity ragdoll wizard. It also has an Animator Controller. The problem is, sometimes those colliders just don't work right. They're targets ...
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Mouse RayCast quadTree in XNa

Hallo i have quadTree terain and every quadNode have BBox.I have made function to return center of hitted quadNode BBox. But it's returns my bad calculations..... I have pitchedYawRoll camera ,it's ...
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Most efficient AABB - Ray intersection algorithm for input/output distance calculation

Thanks to the following thread : most efficient AABB vs Ray collision algorithms I have seen very fast algorithm for ray/AABB intersection point computation. Unfortunately, most of the recent ...
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How to raycast select a scaled OBB?

I have the OBB picking code to select an OBB with code inspired from Real time Rendering 3 and opengl-tutorial.org. I can successfully select objects that have been moved or rotated. However, I cant ...
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Libgdx get 3d intersection coordenate

Is there any algorithm that takes an arbitrary point coordinates as input and determines which is the 3d coordinate where the ray intersects the mesh? Use case: The mesh is rendered on the screen, ...
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Block picking / ray casting through 3d blocks always slightly off

I've been working on adding a line-of-sight/ray-tracing system to my 3d block-world game. I've tried several different methods and they all work fairly well. At the moment I'm using something similar ...