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3D object stays on screen when person moves off screen

  • Hi Corinne, 

    That's sounds awesome.

    Yes the necklace should disappear automatically. How does your scene set up look like? If the object is a child of the Head Binding object, it will automatically be disabled when the head disappears. 

    If it's still not working, do you mind sending us your project so we can take a deeper look? 



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  • Hi Jonathan,

    I don't use headbinding in my project because it's a necklace. I changed a project that I found somewhere on here called attach_to_object_example.lsproj,

    This is what my scene looks like;

    NeckObject contains a script called AttachToObject

    Hope this makes things clearer.




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  • Hi Jonathan,


    I thought I already sent my reply but I guess not, so sorry for the late reply.

    I found an example in one of the threads here called attach_to_object_example. I used this example and just switched the 3D object with mine.

    This is what my scene looks like;




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