I have a dictionary called
data containing all the 3D joints in the human body, and I’m trying to map them to a Roblox rig. As stated by the documentation:
Another list of pose landmarks in world coordinates. Each landmark consists of the following:
z: Real-world 3D coordinates in meters with the origin at the center between hips.
In this example, I’m moving my left shoulder by calculating where it’s facing my left elbow, by taking two
Vector3's and using the
CFrame.lookAt function where it returns a CFrame facing the elbow (if I’m understanding this function correctly).
--LeftROShoulder is a Motor6D in the LeftUpperArm local LeftUpperArm = chr.LeftUpperArm local LeftROShoulder = LeftUpperArm.LeftShoulder --IRL stands for in real life local IRLLeftShoulder = Vector3.new(data.left_shoulder.x, data.left_shoulder.y, data.left_shoulder.z) local IRLLeftElbow = Vector3.new(data.left_elbow.x, data.left_elbow.y, data.left_elbow.z) --find direction to look at local LeftShoulderLookAt = CFrame.lookAt(IRLLeftShoulder, IRLLeftElbow) --execute tween local LeftShoulderTween = TweenC0(LeftROShoulder, LeftShoulderLookAt)
This actually works, but my body positions aren’t correct. This is me trying to reach out in front of my body, but I also used the lower parts of my arm, and both the right and left arms.
Does anyone know what else I can try or know what I could be doing wrong?