SpotLight

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A spotlight emits light of a specified Color and Brightness in the shape of a cone with a spherical base. This object is ideal for directional light sources like flashlights and headlights.

Range controls the distance of illumination and Angle defines the angle of light emission from the cone's apex as illustrated below.

A spotlight must be a direct child of a BasePart or Attachment and will exhibit the following behavior:

  • When the spotlight is parented to a BasePart, the SpotLight.Face property determines the face of the part from which light emanates.
  • Although Attachments don't have faces, the SpotLight.Face property determines the axis of the attachment from which light emanates; -Z is front, +X is right, +Y is top, etc.

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Summary

Properties

The angle of which the light is shone from the SpotLight.

Sets the side of the parent that the SpotLight comes from.

The size of the area that the SpotLight will illuminate.

Events

Methods

Properties

Angle

The angle of which the light is shone from the SpotLight.

Sets the side of the parent that the SpotLight comes from.

Range

The size of the area that the SpotLight will illuminate.

Events

Methods