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Camera Boundary Restriction

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  • #32457
    vivektrivedi478
    Customer

    Hi, does anyone know how to restrict the camera, so it can move only inside the boundary, for example if I create an interior scene with a first person camera so it remains inside of my scene.

    #32474
    GLiFTeK
    Customer

    You can use collision physics, or attach it to an empty, which you control, then have that constantly checked for its coordinates, which would intentionally be disallowed from overreaching your designated room/wall boundaries.

    #32475
    Avier3D
    Customer

    You can use collision physics, or attach it to an empty, which you control, then have that constantly checked for its coordinates, which would intentionally be disallowed from overreaching your designated room/wall boundaries.

    I’ve tried this before but I was short on puzzle expertise, I should try this approach again. Any puzzle reference/suggestion for this?

    Thanks.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by Avier3D.
    #32484
    vivektrivedi478
    Customer

    I think there should be paid video tutorial for some of these topics, because after reading manny of forum questions I understand one things that many users have lack of knowledge of  puzzle and programming, also some users like @gliftek provide solutions in one singles steps, but frankly speaking, its really difficult to understand and execute. If there should be something like a paid tutorial, these will encourage  the users to create and publish tutorials on various topics and help others to learn and create many projects. 
     

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