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Rotating a Vector


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What would be the most straightforward way to rotate a Vector3, by either an euler angle or a quaternion?

 

I feel like there must be a simpler way than my ludicrous hack: Two invisible cubes, with the vector assigned to the child, the rotation assigned to the parent, and the difference taken between their positions in world space using .getAbsolutePosition().

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Thank you both. So to broaden Temechon's suggestion for the next newbie like myself, a simple function taking a vector and a quaternion and returning the vector rotated would be as follows:

function rotateVector(vect, quat) {    var matr = new BABYLON.Matrix();    quat.toRotationMatrix(matr);	    var rotatedvect = BABYLON.Vector3.TransformCoordinates(vect, matr);    return rotatedvect;}
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