is it possible to define vector angles based on one of them when they are all on the same 2D plane?
Maybe think of a kind of a flower. One incoming vector (the stalk) and then like 6 vectores going in 60° from the endpoint of the stalk vector on a 2D plane.
If the angles go clockwise it would be like 60, 120, 180, 240, 300, 360° right? From basevector, if the “stalk” is the base direction.
But how can i define one vector as base and how gh starts meassuring the angles? Clockwise from base?
I dont want to make a flower…
Its part of a hex growing system and i have to define the next growing points.
So my latest idea was to define the angles so i can cull the ones i dont need. The hex grid changes anglewise, so i have to cull something like 0°-90° and 180°-360° and not specific angles.
Big thanks in advance!