MehdiZagouri

How to move the camera in front of a mesh

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Hi @Arte

I really appreciate your help !

I tried this solution before , the issue is that , when i click in mesh "picture"' , the camera get the position of the mesh , that's not what i need , i need the camera just in front of the picture with a distance.

so when camera.position = picture.position ; i cannot see the picture , but i'm in the picture if you know what i mean !

Thank you so much.

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Thanks for all your answers !

I tried your solutions, but sometimes i don't know how to use them ,so i get a lot of unknown errors !

I tried this solution ! so i get  next to the mesh, know i need only to focus the direction of the camera in to the mesh " picture '" wich is Tableau[t] in my code :

 

                     if (pickResult.pickedMesh==Tableau[t])
                        {
                         console.log("Coucou");
                         
                            while (BABYLON.Vector3.Distance(camera.position,Tableau[t].position) > 5)
                            {
                                
                                console.log(BABYLON.Vector3.Distance(camera.position,Tableau[t].position));
                                
                                if (camera.position.x >Tableau[t].position.x + 2 )
                                {
                                    camera.position.x -= 0.5;
                                }
                                else if (camera.position.x <Tableau[t].position.x + 2 )
                                {
                                    camera.position.x += 0.5;
                                }
                                
                                if (camera.position.z >Tableau[t].position.z +2)
                                {
                                    camera.position.z -= 0.5;
                                }
                                else if (camera.position.z <Tableau[t].position.z +2 )
                                {
                                    camera.position.z += 0.5;
                                }     
                                
                                
                            }
                            
                             //camera.setTarget = Tableau[t].position;    
                            
                            
                        }

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