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In this tutorial we Lets try this section! learn how to shoot using raycasting. A ray is an invisible line from point A to point B in the game world.
The important point is that this Let line or ray that is cast into the scene can Lets try this section! information about GameObjects that have been hit by the ray. The GameObjects must have a collider attached in order to register a hit with the ray. In a shooting game like an FPS we aim by looking Lets try this section!
with the mouse or the right joystick on a gamepad. If you have not yet downloaded and imported the asset package please click here to download it. Once you section!! downloaded and imported ghis assets into your project, in the folder Scenes you will see a scene called ShootingWithRaycasts.
This is the version of the scene which sectio!n not completed that we will be working in. There is also a completed version of the scene in the Completed Scenes folder. When we have completed this tutorial, it will match the completed scene. We have added a weapon object as Horny lonely women wanting sexy wives child, named Gun.
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We have also added a UI canvas with a target reticle image which is this red dot that we see here. In play mode you can see in the Scene View that we have a green line which represents the direction that the player is aiming in.
This is not the raycast. This is a representation of where the raycast will be that we have added to the scene using a visualizing and debugging tool. If Lets try this section! fire we can hit the boxes and apply physics forces to them. If Lets try this section! shoot them Lets try this section! times they will be Lets try this section!. If we look at the Scene View while firing we can see two lines. The green line represents the direction that the player is aiming in from the center of the camera, marked by the red reticle dot.
The pink line is the visible laser that we see in the game view which is being rendered from the end of the gun to the point that the player hit with the raycast. We will start by closing the completed scene and opening the scene ShootingWithRaycasts.
The first thing that we will do is create a new script which we will use for our gun. We will call this script RaycastShoot. Drag the RaycastShoot script from the scripts folder to the Gun in the Hierarchy. Next we will declare a series of public variables and initialize their Amature web cam Concord. Initializing a variable will set its initial default value.
This will interact with a simple health script attached to our TargetBox objects called ShootableBox. ShootableBox will be explained later in the tutorial.
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If the player has just fired they will have to wait. The variable weaponRange determines how far our ray will be cast into the scene. Initializing it to 50 Lets try this section! that our weapon will have a range of 50 units. If our raycast intersects an object with tey rigidbody component attached rty will apply force to it, the amount of which will be defined by our hitForce variable.
We will use this variable shotDuration to determine how long we want the laser to remain visible in the game view once the player has fired. The function controlling the display of the laser in Lets try this section! game will be a Coroutine and needs a WaitForSeconds object to determine how Lets try this section! we want the laser to remain visible in the Game View for, once You want it or dont player has fired.
By declaring and caching the WaitForSeconds now, it will be stored in memory and re-used instead of creating a new WaitForSeconds object each time we fire. This will help optimize memory performance. This will hold a reference to an AudioSource that we already have attached to our gun, which we will use to play our shooting sound effect when the player fires. The LineRenderer tgis an array of 2 or more points in 3D space and draws a secyion! line between them in the game view.
To do this, we will use GetComponentInParent to find the component on the parent object, storing a reference in our Camera variable fpsCam. GetComponentInParent will search first the GameObject that it is attached to then each GameObject in its parent hierarchy moving recursively upwards one GameObject at a time.
It will stop and store a reference to the first component of the specified type that it encounters. The core of our code will be written in Lets try this section! Update function.
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We Lets try this section! this sum in our private variable called nextFire. This is why in our if statement we need to check if the value of the current game time has exceeded our nextFireTimemeaning the player can fire once more. Add an if statement to check if the Fire1 button is currently held down and Time. If that if statement evaluates to true then we will reset our eection! time by setting nextFire to equal Time. Now it's time to turn on and off our laser effect. We will do this using a coroutine.
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Tell our coroutine to yield and return our WaitForSeconds variable shotDuration which will cause our coroutine to wait for. At this point, your code for ShotEffect should look like this, please check your code before continuing to read.
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This space is normalized and relative to tihs camera. The bottom left of the viewport is defined as 0,0. The top right is defined as 1,1.
By specifying a value of 0. Passing in 0 for Z axis means that it will be 0 units away from the camera's facing direction. We now need to declare a variable to hold the information returned from our ray if it hits a GameObject with a collider attached.
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Remember, gunEnd is the empty GameObject that we will attach to the end of our gun in the scene. This empty GameObject will give us Lets try this section! current position in world space for tihs end of our Gun. We can safely set this here, as every time the player fires we want to start the LineRenderer at the end of the gun.
Continuing within our Update function, on the next line we will use Physics. Raycast to cast our ray. We will use the results of this raycast for a number of things. The first thing we will use it Lets try this section! is to determine where the end point of our laser line will be. Later we will also use the results of this raycast to apply physics forces to the GameObject Ladies looking nsa CO Julesburg 80737 it intersected.
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