So here is my question - if I have a point in 3-D space and with that a radius and a degree, how do I use this information to find the position vector at the location.
I have a player in 3D space and I just want to find some of the position data around him for a game mechanic.
Finding point on edge of circle in 3-D space
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 09:08 AM
Here's how I do it in MathGeoLib: Circle::GetPoint. If you have requirements on what direction the angle of 0 degrees corresponds to, you'll have to be more precise how you define the directions BasisU and BasisV in that codepath.
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