How should I go about implementing my AI-s field of vision? Raycasts? Something else?
Here is a better explaination. how can I find out what it can see. When it looks to one side, than it cannot look to the other.
Answer by dkNinja
Apr 12, 2012 at 08:35 PM
Raycasts are kind of slow and dependent on raycast resolution. You might want to look at using a few box triggers to detect what is in the field of vision and then do raycasts for checking occlusion.
Thanks! Sorry it took too long, I forgot I had this question up, cause I haven't been to my AI code since posting this question.
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