Rotation To Direction


This node converts input rotation to a corresponding vector.


To better understand how this node works, you can think of it as follows: it gets you the local selected axis of the object.

In this example, you can see that the resultant vector is always aligned to the selected axis which is Z in this case.


  • Rotation - The rotation that defines the direction.
  • Length - The magnitude of the resultant vector.


  • Direction - The resultant vector.