# How can I get a Box Collider’s “corners” (vertices) positions?

## How can I get a Box Collider’s “corners” (vertices) positions?

```I attached a Box Collider to a object, which has not the center as its pivot.
Now I need the 8 corner points.
Right now I can only get the points in a unrotated state. But whenever I rotate the Object (which rotates in the center of the boxCollider) - everything gets messed up, because the rotation alters the gameObject-Position.
EDIT2: Solution
public Vector3[] GetColliderVertexPositions (GameObject obj)
{
BoxCollider b = obj.GetComponent(); //retrieves the Box Collider of the GameObject called obj
Vector3[] vertices = new Vector3[8];
vertices[0] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(-b.size.x, -b.size.y, -b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[1] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(b.size.x, -b.size.y, -b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[2] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(b.size.x, -b.size.y, b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[3] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(-b.size.x, -b.size.y, b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[4] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(-b.size.x, b.size.y, -b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[5] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(b.size.x, b.size.y, -b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[6] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(b.size.x, b.size.y, b.size.z) * 0.5f);
vertices[7] = obj.transform.TransformPoint(b.center + new Vector3(-b.size.x, b.size.y, b.size.z) * 0.5f);

return vertices;
}

Found that:
Most efficient way to get the world position of the 8 vertexes of a Box Collider (C#)
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If you are happy with AABB’s, then use its coordinates without rotating. If you really need the corners of your box collider, you’re going to have to use `BoxCollider.offset` and `BoxCollider.size` to calculate the local coordinates of the corners and then do `Transform.TransformPoint()` to get their world coordinates.
Please note: When trying to find coordinates within a `BoxCollider2D`, one must now use `BoxCollider2D.offset` instead of `BoxCollider2D.center`, as the latter is deprecated. The answer is updated to reflect this change.