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Position, Pointer of Motion-Controller

OptiLensoOptiLenso
edited December 2017 in Q&A and Discussions

Hi there,

I have problem to get the Positon of the Pointer of a Motion Controller.

By using this Code....

InputTracking.GetLocalPosition(XRNode.LeftHand);

...I can get the position of the left Controller itself. But how do I get the Pos where the Controller hits an Object for example (raycast)?

Thanks in advance!

Greetings
OptiLenso

Best Answer

  • OptiLensoOptiLenso
    Accepted Answer

    Microsoft released this Tutorial now.

    If someone had the same question, it will be answered here I guess.

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  • OptiLensoOptiLenso
    Accepted Answer

    Microsoft released this Tutorial now.

    If someone had the same question, it will be answered here I guess.

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