Have it like the proximity block where when it hits the block, it gets its X and Y cords and outputs them. Specifically not the block it hits cords because I’m trying to create a 3d game using ray-casting.

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you could find this using the angle you input into the ray cast and the distance the ray cast output in cos(x)*h and sin(x)*h

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you’d need to convert the angle into a radian first with this: a * (Math.PI/180)

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