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Ball rotation from velocity

Hello, I recently started working on a simple project, where the player controls a ball using phone tilt. Because I also have a jump functionality, it is necessary to move the ball using AddForce (not torque). This way, player can influence the ball velocity even when it is in the air.

The downside to this is obviously, that the ball no longer rotates, instead it just slips around the ground. I am not good with the rotations math, so I really can´t get this working. What I essentialy need is to add rotation to the mesh component, calculated from the current velocity of the object.

Hope everything is clear.

Product Version: UE 4.9
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asked Oct 19 '15 at 05:45 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image dav1 Oct 20 '15 at 12:32 PM

I suppose I would have to use Look At Rotation node, but I can't get it right.

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