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;Ray[ <Point A>, <Point B> ]:Creates a ray starting at point ''A'' through point ''B''.  
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;Ray[ <Start Point>, <Point> ]
;Ray[ <Point>, <Vector v> ]:Creates a ray starting at the given point which has the direction vector ''v''.  
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:Creates a ray starting at a point through a point.  
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;Ray[ <Start Point>, <Direction Vector> ]
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:Creates a ray starting at the given point which has the direction vector.
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*When computing intersections with other objects, only intersections lying on the ray are considered. To change this,  you can use [[Intersect Two Objects Tool#Outlying_Intersections|Outlying Intersections]] option.
 
*When computing intersections with other objects, only intersections lying on the ray are considered. To change this,  you can use [[Intersect Two Objects Tool#Outlying_Intersections|Outlying Intersections]] option.
 
*See also [[Image:Tool Ray through Two Points.gif]] [[Ray through Two Points Tool|Ray through Two Points]] tool.}}
 
*See also [[Image:Tool Ray through Two Points.gif]] [[Ray through Two Points Tool|Ray through Two Points]] tool.}}

Revision as of 07:54, 18 July 2013


Ray[ <Start Point>, <Point> ]
Creates a ray starting at a point through a point.


Ray[ <Start Point>, <Direction Vector> ]
Creates a ray starting at the given point which has the direction vector.


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