Hi. I'm trying to find center of the selected gameobject (at runtime) that contains multiple childs (meshes). The functionality is similar to one that you can see in Unity Editor with transform's position gizmo.
The problem is that all object are displaced from null point (red ball in pictures). Tried using mesh.bounds, with max and min values, but still no luck.
Basically, I want to get red ball at position where the gizmo is.
Ok. Looks like I have solved this by myself. This code have no error checks but should be OK to get the idea :)
Vector3 getCenter(params MeshFilter meshes)
List<CombineInstance> combine = new List<CombineInstance>();
foreach (MeshFilter filter in meshes)
CombineInstance temp = new CombineInstance();
temp.mesh = filter.sharedMesh;
temp.transform = filter.transform.localToWorldMatrix;
Mesh combinedMesh = new Mesh();
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