If I do. this:
const CAMERA_POSITION = new THREE.Vector3(); const TARGET_POSITION = new THREE.Vector3(); CAMERA_POSITION.copy(camera.position); TARGET_POSITION.copy(controls.target); CAMERA_POSITION.lerp(TARGET_POSITION, -0.5);
That works great to get the interpolated position further from the controls.target.
How would I do the same but going towards the controls.target but also PAST it? Changing -0.5 to 0.5 can only get me closer but never past that point. I don’t know how to get the interpolated point from the camera position-controls target position vector past the controls target position.
Once I get that point past controls.target, I would then set that to the new value in order to allow my camera to go beyond that point.
I’m basically trying to get the controls.target position to adjust as I get closer to it so that I don’t bump and stopped on it.