@s4vi0r has a good solution if you’re using `Box Collider`

s, but a lot of us are asking about colliders in general, which would include spheres, capsules, and `Mesh Collider`

s.

The solution bellow should account for these in a generic manner.

I should note that `MeshCollider`

s marked for triggers must also be marked convex, for similar reasons the `MeshCollider`

s you check with this code must also be convex or you may receive erroneous results.

However this code could be modified for an `IsBelow()`

method for use with static `MeshCollider`

s you might have for terrain.

```
bool IsWithin(Collider c, Vector3 point, bool useRigidbody)
{
Vector3 closest = c.ClosestPoint(point);
Vector3 origin = c.transform.position + (c.transform.rotation * c.bounds.center);
Vector3 originToContact = closest-origin;
Vector3 pointToContact = closest-point;
// If you're checking if a point is within a moving rigidbody and want to use it instead (ideally a single collider rigidbody; multiple could move the center of mass between the colliders, placing it "outside" and returning false positives).
Rigidbody r = c.attachedRigidbody;
if (useRigidbody && (r != null))
{
// The benefit of this is the use of the center of mass for a more accurate physics origin; we multiply by rotation to convert it from it's local-space to a world offset.
originToContact = closest - (r.position + (r.rotation * r.centerOfMass));
}
// Here we make the magic, originToContact points from the center to the closest point. So if the angle between it and the pointToContact is less than 90, pointToContact is also looking from the inside-out.
// The angle will probably be 180 or 0, but it's bad to compare exact floats and the rigidbody centerOfMass calculation could add some potential wiggle to the angle, so we use "< 90" to account for any of that.
return (Vector3.Angle(originToContact, pointToContact) < 90);
}
```

See this solution if you’re looking to do checks on concave `MeshCollider`

s, but it’s certainly overkill otherwise so pick the solution that works for you.