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Collision in orthographic camera or between 2 images

  • I found a video on youtube that wrote a collision script for hours ago and while i was watching that, i was thinking about this thread.

    Let me know if i can help you with anything else

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  • Hi N-Mikael, Thanks for sharing that link!

    Another way you can do this is to use the new screenTransform APIs in Lens Studio 2.1, which allows you to convert the screenTransform's position to world space position:

    // -----JS CODE-----
    // @input Component.ScreenTransform a
    // @input Component.ScreenTransform b

    function onUpdateEvent(eventData)
    var posA = script.a.localPointToWorldPoint(script.a.pivot);
    posA.z = 0;
    var posB = script.b.localPointToWorldPoint(script.b.pivot);
    posB.z = 0;


    var updateEvent = script.createEvent("UpdateEvent");

    Then, in the Inspector panel, just add a screenTransform to the field A, and another screenTransform to field B. Your logger should then print the distance between those two images!

    Let me know if you need any clarification.

    Thank you,


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