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Position a 3D object in relation to another with Babylon.js


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Hi, I am a newbie, that recently I started studying Babylon.js . I would ask , though it may sound trite and silly , how to position an object in relation to another ? Let me explain: I created a cube and a pyramid , separated , and I view them in a canvas ; now I would like , through a function that will be called by a button , position the pyramid above the cube . I would understand, how to implement this function in order to position the pyramid above the cube , no matter where I place the cube ( the cube could move) . I repeat I'm a newbie and I have not even a starting point to show you an example . Any advice is welcome . Thank you again for your attention .

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Hello and welcome.. :)


I think you can do this:

pyramid.parent = cubepyramid.position = new BABYLON.Vector3(0, 1, 0);// AboveORpyramid.position = cube.position.add(new BABYLON.Vector3(0, 1, 0));// Above

Great :D it's what I'm looking for. Is there another way to get the cube's height, instead using the value 1 ? Thanks a lot.

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