Unity3D FPSInputController and CharacterMotor scripts in C#

As we use C# for our games we needed to convert the fpscontroller and charactermotor script that came with Unity to C#. We might aswell share it for people who need it too!

fpscontroller.cs

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;

// Require a character controller to be attached to the same game object
[RequireComponent(typeof(CharacterMotor))]
[AddComponentMenu("Character/FPS Input Controller")]

public class FPSInputController : MonoBehaviour
{
    private CharacterMotor motor;

    // Use this for initialization
    void Awake()
    {
        motor = GetComponent<CharacterMotor>();
    }

    // Update is called once per frame
    void Update()
    {
        // Get the input vector from kayboard or analog stick
        Vector3 directionVector = new Vector3(Input.GetAxis("Horizontal"), 0, Input.GetAxis("Vertical"));

        if (directionVector != Vector3.zero)
        {
            // Get the length of the directon vector and then normalize it
            // Dividing by the length is cheaper than normalizing when we already have the length anyway
            float directionLength = directionVector.magnitude;
            directionVector = directionVector / directionLength;

            // Make sure the length is no bigger than 1
            directionLength = Mathf.Min(1.0f, directionLength);

            // Make the input vector more sensitive towards the extremes and less sensitive in the middle
            // This makes it easier to control slow speeds when using analog sticks
            directionLength = directionLength * directionLength;

            // Multiply the normalized direction vector by the modified length
            directionVector = directionVector * directionLength;
        }

        // Apply the direction to the CharacterMotor
        motor.inputMoveDirection = transform.rotation * directionVector;
        motor.inputJump = Input.GetButton("Jump");
    }
}

charactermotor.cs

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;

// Require a character controller to be attached to the same game object
[RequireComponent(typeof(CharacterController))]
[AddComponentMenu("Character/Character Motor")]


public class CharacterMotor : MonoBehaviour
{
    // Does this script currently respond to input?
    bool canControl = true;
    bool useFixedUpdate = true;

    // For the next variables, [System.NonSerialized] tells Unity to not serialize the variable or show it in the inspector view.
    // Very handy for organization!

    // The current global direction we want the character to move in.
    [System.NonSerialized]
    public Vector3 inputMoveDirection = Vector3.zero;

    // Is the jump button held down? We use this interface instead of checking
    // for the jump button directly so this script can also be used by AIs.
    [System.NonSerialized]
    public bool inputJump = false;

    [System.Serializable]
    public class CharacterMotorMovement
    {
        // The maximum horizontal speed when moving
        public float maxForwardSpeed = 3.0f;
        public float maxSidewaysSpeed = 2.0f;
        public float maxBackwardsSpeed = 2.0f;

        // Curve for multiplying speed based on slope(negative = downwards)
        public AnimationCurve slopeSpeedMultiplier = new AnimationCurve(new Keyframe(-90, 1), new Keyframe(0, 1), new Keyframe(90, 0));

        // How fast does the character change speeds?  Higher is faster.
        public float maxGroundAcceleration = 30.0f;
        public float maxAirAcceleration = 20.0f;

        // The gravity for the character
        public float gravity = 9.81f;
        public float maxFallSpeed = 20.0f;

        // For the next variables, [System.NonSerialized] tells Unity to not serialize the variable or show it in the inspector view.
        // Very handy for organization!

        // The last collision flags returned from controller.Move
        [System.NonSerialized]
        public CollisionFlags collisionFlags;

        // We will keep track of the character's current velocity,
        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 velocity;

        // This keeps track of our current velocity while we're not grounded
        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 frameVelocity = Vector3.zero;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 hitPoint = Vector3.zero;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 lastHitPoint = new Vector3(Mathf.Infinity, 0, 0);
    }

    public CharacterMotorMovement movement = new CharacterMotorMovement();

    public enum MovementTransferOnJump
    {
        None, // The jump is not affected by velocity of floor at all.
        InitTransfer, // Jump gets its initial velocity from the floor, then gradualy comes to a stop.
        PermaTransfer, // Jump gets its initial velocity from the floor, and keeps that velocity until landing.
        PermaLocked // Jump is relative to the movement of the last touched floor and will move together with that floor.
    }

    // We will contain all the jumping related variables in one helper class for clarity.
    [System.Serializable]
    public class CharacterMotorJumping
    {
        // Can the character jump?
        public bool enabled = true;

        // How high do we jump when pressing jump and letting go immediately
        public float baseHeight = 1.0f;

        // We add extraHeight units(meters) on top when holding the button down longer while jumping
        public float extraHeight = 4.1f;

        // How much does the character jump out perpendicular to the surface on walkable surfaces?
        // 0 means a fully vertical jump and 1 means fully perpendicular.
        public float perpAmount = 0.0f;

        // How much does the character jump out perpendicular to the surface on too steep surfaces?
        // 0 means a fully vertical jump and 1 means fully perpendicular.
        public float steepPerpAmount = 0.5f;

        // For the next variables, [System.NonSerialized] tells Unity to not serialize the variable or show it in the inspector view.
        // Very handy for organization!

        // Are we jumping?(Initiated with jump button and not grounded yet)
        // To see ifwe are just in the air(initiated by jumping OR falling) see the grounded variable.
        [System.NonSerialized]
        public bool jumping = false;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public bool holdingJumpButton = false;

        // the time we jumped at(Used to determine for how long to apply extra jump power after jumping.)
        [System.NonSerialized]
        public float lastStartTime = 0.0f;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public float lastButtonDownTime = -100.0f;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 jumpDir = Vector3.up;
    }

    public CharacterMotorJumping jumping = new CharacterMotorJumping();

    [System.Serializable]
    public class CharacterMotorMovingPlatform
    {
        public bool enabled = true;

        public MovementTransferOnJump movementTransfer = MovementTransferOnJump.PermaTransfer;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Transform hitPlatform;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Transform activePlatform;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 activeLocalPoint;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 activeGlobalPoint;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Quaternion activeLocalRotation;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Quaternion activeGlobalRotation;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Matrix4x4 lastMatrix;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public Vector3 platformVelocity;

        [System.NonSerialized]
        public bool newPlatform;
    }

    public CharacterMotorMovingPlatform movingPlatform = new CharacterMotorMovingPlatform();

    [System.Serializable]
    public class CharacterMotorSliding
    {
        // Does the character slide on too steep surfaces?
        public bool enabled = true;

        // How fast does the character slide on steep surfaces?
        public float slidingSpeed = 15.0f;

        // How much can the player control the sliding direction?
        // ifthe value is 0.5 the player can slide sideways with half the speed of the downwards sliding speed.
        public float sidewaysControl = 1.0f;

        // How much can the player influence the sliding speed?
        // ifthe value is 0.5 the player can speed the sliding up to 150% or slow it down to 50%.
        public float speedControl = 0.4f;
    }

    public CharacterMotorSliding sliding = new CharacterMotorSliding();

    [System.NonSerialized]
    public bool grounded = true;

    [System.NonSerialized]
    public Vector3 groundNormal = Vector3.zero;

    private Vector3 lastGroundNormal = Vector3.zero;

    private Transform tr;

    private CharacterController controller;

    void Awake()
    {
        controller = GetComponent<CharacterController>();
        tr = transform;
    }

    private void UpdateFunction()
    {
        // We copy the actual velocity into a temporary variable that we can manipulate.
        Vector3 velocity = movement.velocity;

        // Update velocity based on input
        velocity = ApplyInputVelocityChange(velocity);

        // Apply gravity and jumping force
        velocity = ApplyGravityAndJumping(velocity);

        // Moving platform support
        Vector3 moveDistance = Vector3.zero;
        if(MoveWithPlatform())
        {
            Vector3 newGlobalPoint = movingPlatform.activePlatform.TransformPoint(movingPlatform.activeLocalPoint);
            moveDistance = (newGlobalPoint - movingPlatform.activeGlobalPoint);
            if(moveDistance != Vector3.zero)
                controller.Move(moveDistance);

            // Support moving platform rotation as well:
            Quaternion newGlobalRotation = movingPlatform.activePlatform.rotation * movingPlatform.activeLocalRotation;
            Quaternion rotationDiff = newGlobalRotation * Quaternion.Inverse(movingPlatform.activeGlobalRotation);

            var yRotation = rotationDiff.eulerAngles.y;
            if(yRotation != 0)
            {
                // Prevent rotation of the local up vector
                tr.Rotate(0, yRotation, 0);
            }
        }

        // Save lastPosition for velocity calculation.
        Vector3 lastPosition = tr.position;

        // We always want the movement to be framerate independent.  Multiplying by Time.deltaTime does this.
        Vector3 currentMovementOffset = velocity * Time.deltaTime;

        // Find out how much we need to push towards the ground to avoid loosing grouning
        // when walking down a step or over a sharp change in slope.
        float pushDownOffset = Mathf.Max(controller.stepOffset, new Vector3(currentMovementOffset.x, 0, currentMovementOffset.z).magnitude);
        if(grounded)
            currentMovementOffset -= pushDownOffset * Vector3.up;

        // Reset variables that will be set by collision function
        movingPlatform.hitPlatform = null;
        groundNormal = Vector3.zero;

        // Move our character!
        movement.collisionFlags = controller.Move(currentMovementOffset);

        movement.lastHitPoint = movement.hitPoint;
        lastGroundNormal = groundNormal;

        if(movingPlatform.enabled && movingPlatform.activePlatform != movingPlatform.hitPlatform)
        {
            if(movingPlatform.hitPlatform != null)
            {
                movingPlatform.activePlatform = movingPlatform.hitPlatform;
                movingPlatform.lastMatrix = movingPlatform.hitPlatform.localToWorldMatrix;
                movingPlatform.newPlatform = true;
            }
        }

        // Calculate the velocity based on the current and previous position.  
        // This means our velocity will only be the amount the character actually moved as a result of collisions.
        Vector3 oldHVelocity = new Vector3(velocity.x, 0, velocity.z);
        movement.velocity = (tr.position - lastPosition) / Time.deltaTime;
        Vector3 newHVelocity = new Vector3(movement.velocity.x, 0, movement.velocity.z);

        // The CharacterController can be moved in unwanted directions when colliding with things.
        // We want to prevent this from influencing the recorded velocity.
        if(oldHVelocity == Vector3.zero)
        {
            movement.velocity = new Vector3(0, movement.velocity.y, 0);
        }
        else
        {
            float projectedNewVelocity = Vector3.Dot(newHVelocity, oldHVelocity) / oldHVelocity.sqrMagnitude;
            movement.velocity = oldHVelocity * Mathf.Clamp01(projectedNewVelocity) + movement.velocity.y * Vector3.up;
        }

        if(movement.velocity.y < velocity.y - 0.001)
        {
            if(movement.velocity.y < 0)
            {
                // Something is forcing the CharacterController down faster than it should.
                // Ignore this
                movement.velocity.y = velocity.y;
            }
            else
            {
                // The upwards movement of the CharacterController has been blocked.
                // This is treated like a ceiling collision - stop further jumping here.
                jumping.holdingJumpButton = false;
            }
        }

        // We were grounded but just loosed grounding
        if(grounded && !IsGroundedTest())
        {
            grounded = false;

            // Apply inertia from platform
            if(movingPlatform.enabled &&
                (movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.InitTransfer ||
                movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.PermaTransfer)
            )
            {
                movement.frameVelocity = movingPlatform.platformVelocity;
                movement.velocity += movingPlatform.platformVelocity;
            }

            SendMessage("OnFall", SendMessageOptions.DontRequireReceiver);
            // We pushed the character down to ensure it would stay on the ground ifthere was any.
            // But there wasn't so now we cancel the downwards offset to make the fall smoother.
            tr.position += pushDownOffset * Vector3.up;
        }
        // We were not grounded but just landed on something
        else if(!grounded && IsGroundedTest())
        {
            grounded = true;
            jumping.jumping = false;
            SubtractNewPlatformVelocity();

            SendMessage("OnLand", SendMessageOptions.DontRequireReceiver);
        }

        // Moving platforms support
        if(MoveWithPlatform())
        {
            // Use the center of the lower half sphere of the capsule as reference point.
            // This works best when the character is standing on moving tilting platforms. 
            movingPlatform.activeGlobalPoint = tr.position + Vector3.up * (controller.center.y - controller.height * 0.5f + controller.radius);
            movingPlatform.activeLocalPoint = movingPlatform.activePlatform.InverseTransformPoint(movingPlatform.activeGlobalPoint);

            // Support moving platform rotation as well:
            movingPlatform.activeGlobalRotation = tr.rotation;
            movingPlatform.activeLocalRotation = Quaternion.Inverse(movingPlatform.activePlatform.rotation) * movingPlatform.activeGlobalRotation;
        }
    }

    void FixedUpdate()
    {
        if(movingPlatform.enabled)
        {
            if(movingPlatform.activePlatform != null)
            {
                if(!movingPlatform.newPlatform)
                {
                    // unused: Vector3 lastVelocity = movingPlatform.platformVelocity;

                    movingPlatform.platformVelocity = (
                        movingPlatform.activePlatform.localToWorldMatrix.MultiplyPoint3x4(movingPlatform.activeLocalPoint)
                        - movingPlatform.lastMatrix.MultiplyPoint3x4(movingPlatform.activeLocalPoint)
                    ) / Time.deltaTime;
                }
                movingPlatform.lastMatrix = movingPlatform.activePlatform.localToWorldMatrix;
                movingPlatform.newPlatform = false;
            }
            else
            {
                movingPlatform.platformVelocity = Vector3.zero;
            }
        }

        if(useFixedUpdate)
            UpdateFunction();
    }

    void Update()
    {
        if(!useFixedUpdate)
            UpdateFunction();
    }

    private Vector3 ApplyInputVelocityChange(Vector3 velocity)
    {
        if(!canControl)
            inputMoveDirection = Vector3.zero;

        // Find desired velocity
        Vector3 desiredVelocity;
        if(grounded && TooSteep())
        {
            // The direction we're sliding in
            desiredVelocity = new Vector3(groundNormal.x, 0, groundNormal.z).normalized;
            // Find the input movement direction projected onto the sliding direction
            var projectedMoveDir = Vector3.Project(inputMoveDirection, desiredVelocity);
            // Add the sliding direction, the spped control, and the sideways control vectors
            desiredVelocity = desiredVelocity + projectedMoveDir * sliding.speedControl + (inputMoveDirection - projectedMoveDir) * sliding.sidewaysControl;
            // Multiply with the sliding speed
            desiredVelocity *= sliding.slidingSpeed;
        }
        else
            desiredVelocity = GetDesiredHorizontalVelocity();

        if(movingPlatform.enabled && movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.PermaTransfer)
        {
            desiredVelocity += movement.frameVelocity;
            desiredVelocity.y = 0;
        }

        if(grounded)
            desiredVelocity = AdjustGroundVelocityToNormal(desiredVelocity, groundNormal);
        else
            velocity.y = 0;

        // Enforce max velocity change
        float maxVelocityChange = GetMaxAcceleration(grounded) * Time.deltaTime;
        Vector3 velocityChangeVector = (desiredVelocity - velocity);
        if(velocityChangeVector.sqrMagnitude > maxVelocityChange * maxVelocityChange)
        {
            velocityChangeVector = velocityChangeVector.normalized * maxVelocityChange;
        }
        // ifwe're in the air and don't have control, don't apply any velocity change at all.
        // ifwe're on the ground and don't have control we do apply it - it will correspond to friction.
        if(grounded || canControl)
            velocity += velocityChangeVector;

        if(grounded)
        {
            // When going uphill, the CharacterController will automatically move up by the needed amount.
            // Not moving it upwards manually prevent risk of lifting off from the ground.
            // When going downhill, DO move down manually, as gravity is not enough on steep hills.
            velocity.y = Mathf.Min(velocity.y, 0);
        }

        return velocity;
    }

    private Vector3 ApplyGravityAndJumping(Vector3 velocity)
    {

        if(!inputJump || !canControl)
        {
            jumping.holdingJumpButton = false;
            jumping.lastButtonDownTime = -100;
        }

        if(inputJump && jumping.lastButtonDownTime < 0 && canControl)
            jumping.lastButtonDownTime = Time.time;

        if(grounded)
            velocity.y = Mathf.Min(0, velocity.y) - movement.gravity * Time.deltaTime;
        else
        {
            velocity.y = movement.velocity.y - movement.gravity * Time.deltaTime;

            // When jumping up we don't apply gravity for some time when the user is holding the jump button.
            // This gives more control over jump height by pressing the button longer.
            if(jumping.jumping && jumping.holdingJumpButton)
            {
                // Calculate the duration that the extra jump force should have effect.
                // ifwe're still less than that duration after the jumping time, apply the force.
                if(Time.time < jumping.lastStartTime + jumping.extraHeight / CalculateJumpVerticalSpeed(jumping.baseHeight))
                {
                    // Negate the gravity we just applied, except we push in jumpDir rather than jump upwards.
                    velocity += jumping.jumpDir * movement.gravity * Time.deltaTime;
                }
            }

            // Make sure we don't fall any faster than maxFallSpeed. This gives our character a terminal velocity.
            velocity.y = Mathf.Max(velocity.y, -movement.maxFallSpeed);
        }

        if(grounded)
        {
            // Jump only ifthe jump button was pressed down in the last 0.2 seconds.
            // We use this check instead of checking ifit's pressed down right now
            // because players will often try to jump in the exact moment when hitting the ground after a jump
            // and ifthey hit the button a fraction of a second too soon and no new jump happens as a consequence,
            // it's confusing and it feels like the game is buggy.
            if(jumping.enabled && canControl && (Time.time - jumping.lastButtonDownTime < 0.2))
            {
                grounded = false;
                jumping.jumping = true;
                jumping.lastStartTime = Time.time;
                jumping.lastButtonDownTime = -100;
                jumping.holdingJumpButton = true;

                // Calculate the jumping direction
                if(TooSteep())
                    jumping.jumpDir = Vector3.Slerp(Vector3.up, groundNormal, jumping.steepPerpAmount);
                else
                    jumping.jumpDir = Vector3.Slerp(Vector3.up, groundNormal, jumping.perpAmount);

                // Apply the jumping force to the velocity. Cancel any vertical velocity first.
                velocity.y = 0;
                velocity += jumping.jumpDir * CalculateJumpVerticalSpeed(jumping.baseHeight);

                // Apply inertia from platform
                if(movingPlatform.enabled &&
                    (movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.InitTransfer ||
                    movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.PermaTransfer)
                )
                {
                    movement.frameVelocity = movingPlatform.platformVelocity;
                    velocity += movingPlatform.platformVelocity;
                }

                SendMessage("OnJump", SendMessageOptions.DontRequireReceiver);
            }
            else
            {
                jumping.holdingJumpButton = false;
            }
        }

        return velocity;
    }

    void OnControllerColliderHit(ControllerColliderHit hit)
    {
        if(hit.normal.y > 0 && hit.normal.y > groundNormal.y && hit.moveDirection.y < 0)
        {
            if((hit.point - movement.lastHitPoint).sqrMagnitude > 0.001 || lastGroundNormal == Vector3.zero)
                groundNormal = hit.normal;
            else
                groundNormal = lastGroundNormal;

            movingPlatform.hitPlatform = hit.collider.transform;
            movement.hitPoint = hit.point;
            movement.frameVelocity = Vector3.zero;
        }
    }

    private IEnumerator SubtractNewPlatformVelocity()
    {
        // When landing, subtract the velocity of the new ground from the character's velocity
        // since movement in ground is relative to the movement of the ground.
        if(movingPlatform.enabled &&
          (movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.InitTransfer ||
           movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.PermaTransfer))
        {
            // if we landed on a new platform, we have to wait for two FixedUpdates
            // before we know the velocity of the platform under the character
            if(movingPlatform.newPlatform)
            {
                Transform platform = movingPlatform.activePlatform;
                yield return new WaitForFixedUpdate();
                yield return new WaitForFixedUpdate();
                if(grounded && platform == movingPlatform.activePlatform)
                    yield break;
            }
            movement.velocity -= movingPlatform.platformVelocity;
        }
    }

    private bool MoveWithPlatform()
    {
        return (movingPlatform.enabled
            && (grounded || movingPlatform.movementTransfer == MovementTransferOnJump.PermaLocked)
            && movingPlatform.activePlatform != null
        );
    }

    private Vector3 GetDesiredHorizontalVelocity()
    {
        // Find desired velocity
        Vector3 desiredLocalDirection = tr.InverseTransformDirection(inputMoveDirection);
        float maxSpeed = MaxSpeedInDirection(desiredLocalDirection);
        if(grounded)
        {
            // Modify max speed on slopes based on slope speed multiplier curve
            var movementSlopeAngle = Mathf.Asin(movement.velocity.normalized.y) * Mathf.Rad2Deg;
            maxSpeed *= movement.slopeSpeedMultiplier.Evaluate(movementSlopeAngle);
        }
        return tr.TransformDirection(desiredLocalDirection * maxSpeed);
    }

    private Vector3 AdjustGroundVelocityToNormal(Vector3 hVelocity, Vector3 groundNormal)
    {
        Vector3 sideways = Vector3.Cross(Vector3.up, hVelocity);
        return Vector3.Cross(sideways, groundNormal).normalized * hVelocity.magnitude;
    }

    private bool IsGroundedTest()
    {
        return (groundNormal.y > 0.01);
    }

    float GetMaxAcceleration(bool grounded)
    {
        // Maximum acceleration on ground and in air
        if(grounded)
            return movement.maxGroundAcceleration;
        else
            return movement.maxAirAcceleration;
    }

    float CalculateJumpVerticalSpeed(float targetJumpHeight)
    {
        // From the jump height and gravity we deduce the upwards speed 
        // for the character to reach at the apex.
        return Mathf.Sqrt(2 * targetJumpHeight * movement.gravity);
    }

    bool IsJumping()
    {
        return jumping.jumping;
    }

    bool IsSliding()
    {
        return (grounded && sliding.enabled && TooSteep());
    }

    bool IsTouchingCeiling()
    {
        return (movement.collisionFlags & CollisionFlags.CollidedAbove) != 0;
    }

    bool IsGrounded()
    {
        return grounded;
    }

    bool TooSteep()
    {
        return (groundNormal.y <= Mathf.Cos(controller.slopeLimit * Mathf.Deg2Rad));
    }

    Vector3 GetDirection()
    {
        return inputMoveDirection;
    }

    void SetControllable(bool controllable)
    {
        canControl = controllable;
    }

    // Project a direction onto elliptical quater segments based on forward, sideways, and backwards speed.
    // The function returns the length of the resulting vector.
    float MaxSpeedInDirection(Vector3 desiredMovementDirection)
    {
        if(desiredMovementDirection == Vector3.zero)
            return 0;
        else
        {
            float zAxisEllipseMultiplier = (desiredMovementDirection.z > 0 ? movement.maxForwardSpeed : movement.maxBackwardsSpeed) / movement.maxSidewaysSpeed;
            Vector3 temp = new Vector3(desiredMovementDirection.x, 0, desiredMovementDirection.z / zAxisEllipseMultiplier).normalized;
            float length = new Vector3(temp.x, 0, temp.z * zAxisEllipseMultiplier).magnitude * movement.maxSidewaysSpeed;
            return length;
        }
    }

    void SetVelocity(Vector3 velocity)
    {
        grounded = false;
        movement.velocity = velocity;
        movement.frameVelocity = Vector3.zero;
        SendMessage("OnExternalVelocity");
    }
}

Short and sweet follow camera script for Unity3D

While working on my new platformer game I created this little script to make the camera follow the player. Out of interest I googled similer scripts to see what other people have done. I couldn’t find anything as simple as what I wrote so I’m gonna share it here.

You will need to attach this to a orthopgrahic camera and select its target in the inspector window. It’s really only for use on 2D games.

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

public class CameraFollow : MonoBehaviour {

   private Transform thisTransform;
   public Transform target;
   public float followSpeed;

   void Start() {
      thisTransform = transform;
      followSpeed = 2f;
   }

   void Update() {
      thisTransform.position = Vector3.Slerp(thisTransform.position, new Vector3(target.position.x,target.position.y,target.position.z -10), followSpeed * Time.deltaTime);
   }
}