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Make a VR movement input (not teleport)

Hi! I want to make a movement where the VR character (HTC VIve) will move to the forward vector from the vr camera. But it dont work. The pawn character just go up. 

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asked Nov 13 '17 at 10:25 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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I'm assuming that the Camera is attached to a Pawn/Character here?

You might want to grab the Forward Vector of the Actor that the camera is on (Pawn/Character) and then set the position of that actor (Pawn/Character) by X amount forward down that vector.

Will probably have a SetActorLocation -> GetActorLocation + (GetActorForwardVector * X)

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answered Nov 13 '17 at 12:55 PM

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