÷dT (LogiX node)

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÷dT
'÷dT' LogiX node
Inputs
  Float A
Outputs
  Float *

The ÷dT node divides the input value by the duration of the previous frame update (in seconds).

Usage

This node can be very useful for detemining changes (e.g. speeds) in units per second by normalising other instantaneous values. An example would be to connect the Character Linear Velocity (LogiX node) output to this node to get a result in metres per second.

Examples

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