While developing a game, I wanted to enable the autonomous characters to see where they’re going – that is, to tell them what they’re about to stumble into, without using colliders. The answer was to cast a Ray, angled slightly downward, in front of the character, so it can see if it’s about to walk into a tree, or off a cliff, before it happens. Continue reading Unity – How to make things see where they’re going
UPDATE: The last 2 major releases of Unity adversely affected how UnitySteer steering behaviours play with non-kinematic RigidBody components. If you’re having trouble combining your physics with steering forces, see this workaround I added, which may or may not become a pull request at some point (although I think the UnitySteer project is not actively maintained any more).
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I created this microsite for Dare Digital back in 2005, to promote a competition running alongside BBH‘s Vodafone ‘Mayfly’ TV campaign. Users can create a mayfly with a personal message attached, which lives for just 24 hours and wanders around the environment. The best life-affirming message won a drive around Monza with Michael Schumacher in his Ferrari!