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How to achieve the 3D interactive effect of Tencent Cloud website Banner?

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  • #51779
    kampar
    Participant

    Hi Verge3d team,

    I wanted to create a 3D Banner effect similar to the one on the right side of this website, but I had some problems that prevented me from doing so, as follows. https://cloud.tencent.com/
    I followed the puzzles of “get camera direction” in the official guide, which means that I need to add “Track to” for each object in my Blender file, which is a bit of a problem. So I tried another way to change the camera’s “Control-First Person”, but I need to click to start. I’m not sure which way is more appropriate for the effect I want to refer to?
    2. The 3D model in the reference link follows the mouse directly and doesn’t need to be clicked to start it.When the mouse exceeds a certain area, the model will automatically return to the right, and has a certain damping and elasticity. Can you guide me from Blender’s file settings and Verge3D’s Puzzles, I would appreciate it. Here are my current Puzzles.

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    #51817
    xeon
    Customer

    To do the effect you are wanting you may want to use the LookTo Constraint. Create you objects and then assign them all to a Empty where you want the objects to have their center point. Call this Empty the ObjectEmpty. Then place your camera where to the view you like.
    Create another empty behind the camera. This is your MouseEmpty.

    Constrain the ObjectEmpty to the MouseEmpty using Look to. Freeze the axis as needed. To mimic what you see on the provided website I setup the scene as follows:

    Good luck.

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    Xeon
    Route 66 Digital
    Interactive Solutions

    #51824
    kampar
    Participant

    Thank you very much for your reply. Following your hints, I managed to achieve some of the effects, and I added “Limit Location” to limit the “Position-X” of “Mouse Empty”. “, as shown in the picture.
    I have one last question: when I operate the mouse, if the arrow goes beyond the display area of the scene, can I achieve automatic rotation of the model to zero, of course, there is an animation process in the middle, not a sudden change.
    Just this one effect is missing, I would be very grateful if you can help me.

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    #51838

    Hi,

    can I achieve automatic rotation of the model to zero, of course, there is an animation process in the middle, not a sudden change

    I made an example of something like that, please see the attached demo: test.zip
    In short: you need to use the mouseenter/mouseleave events to catch the moment the mouse enters/leaves the 3d scene. And then in the “every frame” puzzle you can choose between 2 different modes: tracking the mouse and the automatic rotation.

    As for the return animation I added a procedure to interpolate between the current x coordinate of MouseEmpty and 0 – it’s linear but you can apply some easing formula to that:
    puzzles-2.png

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    Co-founder and lead developer at Soft8Soft.

    #51850
    kampar
    Participant

    Thank you very much for your reply, I have carefully checked your file and the result is very close to my expectation. But I have given birth to two new questions that I would like to have answered again, as follows
    Question 1: In the file you provided, if my mouse goes from outside the display area to inside the display area for a moment, the model will suddenly rotate without animation, which is very disturbing to me, as shown in the picture. My idea is that when my mouse enters the display area from right to left, the model will capture the mouse’s movement and rotate to the right instead of rotating to the left. I know this sounds a bit hard to understand, please see the video I recorded.
    Question 2: In the file you provided, only the rotation of the X-axis is handled. But in my project, I need to handle all three axes of rotation, X, Y and Z, because I use “Track to” instead of “Locked Track” in my Blender file. I don’t know what needs to be added to Puzzles, please see the video and pictures of my second question
    Very much looking forward to your answers, it will be very helpful for my work.

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    #51935
    kampar
    Participant

    I made an example of something like that, please see the attached demo: test.zip
    In short: you need to use the mouseenter/mouseleave events to catch the moment the mouse enters/leaves the 3d scene. And then in the “every frame” puzzle you can choose between 2 different modes: tracking the mouse and the automatic rotation.

    As for the return animation I added a procedure to interpolate between the current x coordinate of MouseEmpty and 0 – it’s linear but you can apply some easing formula to that

    Can someone solve my question, thank you very much! :) :) :)

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