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Important Classes - Vectors
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Important Classes - Quaternion

Unity uses the Quaternion class to store the three dimensional orientation of GameObjects, as well as using them to describe a relative rotation from one orientation to another.

This page provides an overview of the Quaternion class and its common uses when scripting with it. For an exhaustive reference of every member of the Quaternion class, see the Quaternion script reference.

It’s important to understand the difference between Euler angles (the X, Y, & Z values that you see in the inspector for the rotation of a GameObject), and the underlying Quaternion value which Unity uses to store the actual rotation of GameObjects. For the basics of this topic, read Rotation and Orientation in Unity.

스크립트에서 회전 처리를 다루는 경우 Quaternion 클래스와 이 클래스의 함수를 사용하여 회전 값을 만들고 수정해야 합니다. 오일러 각을 사용할 수 있는 상황도 있지만, 다음 사항을 염두에 둬야 합니다. - 오일러 각을 처리하는 Quaternion 클래스 함수를 사용해야 합니다. - Retrieving, modifying, and re-applying Euler values from a rotation can cause unintentional side-effects (see below)

Creating and manipulating quaternions directly

Unity’s Quaternion class has a number of functions which allow you to create and manipulate rotations without needing to use Euler angles at all, and these are the ones you should use in most typical cases. Each of these links to the Script Reference with code samples:

Creating Rotations:

Manipulating Rotations:

The Transform class also provides methods which allow you to work with the Quaternion rotations:

Working with Euler angles

In some cases it’s more desirable to use Euler angles in your scripts. When doing so, it’s important to note that you must keep your angles in variables, and only use them to apply them as Euler angles to your rotation, which should still ultimately be stored as a Quaternion. While it’s possible to retrieve Euler angles from a quaternion, if you retrieve, modify and re-apply, problems are likely to arise.

You can read more detail about exactly how these problems can arise in the eulerAngles script reference page.

아래에는 흔히 발생하는 잘못된 방법에 대한 몇 개의 예제가 있습니다. 설명을 위해 X축을 중심으로 게임 오브젝트를 초당 10도씩 회전시키려는 가상의 예제를 사용합니다. 다음은 잘못된 방법입니다.

// rotation scripting mistake #1
// the mistake here is that we are modifying the x value of a quaternion
// this value does not represent an angle, and does not produce desired results
    
void Update () 
{
    var rot = transform.rotation;
    rot.x += Time.deltaTime * 10;
    transform.rotation = rot;
}
// rotation scripting mistake #2
// Read, modify, then write the Euler values from a Quaternion.
// Because these values are calculated from a Quaternion,
// each new rotation might return very different Euler angles, which might suffer from gimbal lock.
        
void Update () 
{
    var angles = transform.rotation.eulerAngles;
    angles.x += Time.deltaTime * 10;
    transform.rotation = Quaternion.Euler(angles);
}

그리고 다음은 스크립트에서 오일러 각을 올바르게 사용하는 예입니다.

// Rotation scripting with Euler angles correctly.
// Store the Euler angle in a class variable, and only use it to
// apply it as an Euler angle, but never rely on reading the Euler back.
        
float x;
void Update () 
{
    x += Time.deltaTime * 10;
    transform.rotation = Quaternion.Euler(x,0,0);
}

See the Quaternion script reference page for more information.

Important Classes - Vectors
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