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Drag object (Move, Scale, Rotate) on surface in ARCore

Discussion in 'ARCore' started by sweetan, Apr 23, 2018.

  1. sweetan

    sweetan

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    Hi,
    I want to create an object draggable(Move, scale, rotate) on the surface.
    please help me.
    Thank you.
     
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  2. syedimran199696

    syedimran199696

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    Hello Sweetan,
    I prefer to watch this video on till end.


    Regards,
    Syed Imran SA
     
  3. darklift

    darklift

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    Would love an example implementation of this as well. The video above doesn't have a drag functionality from what I am aware. Can't test the project either since it's outdated.

    For Resize and Rotate, the lean touch free asset found on the asset store seems to be working for me.
     
  4. saiakhil46

    saiakhil46

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    I tried lean translate for dragging assert on the detected plane but assert was moving up and down but not on the detected plane. So, anyone helps me out of it
     
  5. blanx

    blanx

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    Lean+ is great for moving objects on a plane.
     
  6. RoyDaipayan

    RoyDaipayan

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    Any updates on the drag and drop functionality on the detected planes in ARCore