Hello everyone and Happy New year !
I'm encountering a problem at the moment. Assume you have a grid, projected in 2D space within the 3D world with some length. (for example a grid of 32 clusters) I'm trying to sort out thoses clusters to find, for a specific cluster, which are the nearest clusters in 4 directions (left-right-up-down). I obtained by using a line trace the cluster which is "selected", and the grid array corresponding to all clusters in the grid. So to sort out positions of those clusters, I'm assuming I can do it by checking their position from a point (I'm using the world origin), and checking how they are elevate and left or right from that origin. That's here that I try to use the function FMath::GetAzimuthAndElevation().
But I'm having a lot of troubles to use it. I don't understand how to use it correctly. What it needs to works fine as what I'm trying isn't giving any good results. Does anyone knows how to use it correctly?
I hope I'm explaining well what is my problem as I'm not native in english :p...
Have a nice day guys !
asked Jan 06 '19 at 03:12 PM in C++ Programming
To use FMath::GetAzimuthAndElevation method, you first need to define vectors that are the base axis used to calculate it. In my example I wanted to take the Elevation and Azimuth of an actor from the origin of the world (coordinates 0,0,0), this following code works well ;) :
answered Jan 07 '19 at 04:55 PM
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