## 1. Scripting API: Vector3.Dot - Unity - Manual

The dot product is a float value equal to the magnitudes of the two vectors multiplied together and then multiplied by the cosine of the angle between them.

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## 2. What Is Vector3.Dot? - Unity Discussions

12 jul 2019 · Algebraically, the dot product is the sum of the products of the corresponding entries of the two sequences of numbers. Geometrically, it is the ...

I don’t really understand Vector3.Dot No description further…

## 3. Unity Vector3.Dot, what? - Medium

14 mrt 2020 · The dot product is the sum of the axis from two vectors multiplied by each other and can be used to find out where two points are facing ...

The Vector3.Dot() function returns the dot product of two vectors. “What?” you might be asking yourself. Let’s take a look at the…

## 4. Vector2.Dot - Scripting API - Unity - Manual

Dot returns 1 if they point in exactly the same direction; -1 if they point in completely opposite directions; and a number in between for other cases.

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## 5. Dot Product - Unity Learn

2 feb 2022 · In this tutorial, students will learn about the derivation of the dot product formulae and how it is used to calculate the angle between ...

In this tutorial, students will learn about the derivation of the dot product formulae and how it is used to calculate the angle between vectors for the purposes of rotating a game character.

## 6. Vector3.Dot - What am I doing wrong? - Unity Engine

20 sep 2020 · The dot product doesn't give you the angle difference. It gives you the cosine of the angle difference multiplied by the magnitude of both vectors.

See AlsoCredit Card Help | Wells FargoHey All, I’m trying to compare a cube’s up vs worldspace up to understand what side it’s rotated on. I’m simply using Vector3.Dot(transform.up, Vector3.up). I thought this would give me 1 if the cube’s not rotated, -1 if it’s upside down and 0 if it’s on it’s left or right side. Worth noting, I’m only rotating on one axis (X) so only have 4 sides I need to worry about. However, I’m getting really weird numbers. Sometimes it’s above 1 or below -1. And at 90 degrees on it’s side I can get anyth...

## 7. Unity Vectors 101: Dot Product and Cross Product (Tracking Targets)

25 nov 2023 · Vector Operations and Magnitude: The dot product is used to find the angle between two vectors. This is particularly useful when dealing with ...

Unity: Dot and Cross Product (Tracking Targets)

## 8. Dot product to 360 degrees or 0-1 - Unity Discussions

26 mrt 2019 · Vector3.Angle gives a result of -180 to 180, so to convert this to 0…360 you usually subtract the absolute angle from 360 if it is less than 0, ...

I got a dot product that ranges from - 1 to 1. I need it to be 0-360 degrees and when hitting 360 it should be reset to 0. The closest thing I got to was something like this. But when reaching 360 it don’t resets (as expected) but lerping to 0 then back 360 and so on. The final value I need is a 0-1 but degrees works as well. Any ideas how to do this? // dir is 1 or -1 float angle = Vector3.Angle(v1, v2); float degrees = angle - (angle * dir);

## 9. Why when using Vector3.Dot the dot value is never more then 1

4 sep 2021 · Unity Discussions · Why when using Vector3.Dot the dot value is ... dot product is from the zero. logically to discern how far something ...

private void Update() { var heading = lookObj.position - transform.position; var dot = Vector3.Dot(heading, -lookObj.forward); if (dot > 1) lookObj is the target and transform is the player and the dot value is 0.9953859 it’s never 1 or more. I want to do something when the player is facing a target or to do something else when not facing that target. but the first condition is never true.

## 10. Using Vector3.Dot for Direction Facing Calculation - Unity Discussions

12 mrt 2013 · The dot product is equal to the cosine of the angle between the two input vectors. This means that it is 1 if both vectors have the same direction.

This is not a scripting question directly related to a problem, but more related to myself trying to understand the way Vector3.Dot works. In following an example to detect if a player is facing a target, the lines of code that were used had a Vector3.Dot. Vector3 dir = (target.transform.position - transform.position).normalized; float direction = Vector3.Dot(dir, transform.forward); This was not explained very well as to how it was working so I decided to start digging through the net for an...