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[HELP] Get the intercept of two line traces?

It's pretty much in the question, how would i get the intercept of two line traces?

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asked Dec 06 '18 at 07:31 PM in Using UE4

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It might be that the simplest solution is using vector math.

In three-dimensional Euclidean geometry, if two lines are not in the same plane they are called skew lines and have no point of intersection.

Check if the two vectors are on the same plane, if they are -> perform a line-line intersection: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line%E2%80%93line_intersection

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answered Dec 07 '18 at 10:12 AM

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Try this link: Click Here It's an old one, but for code it's there. Some math understanding required for this one. but @Weibye is also right here

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answered Dec 08 '18 at 01:02 AM

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