19 May '17, 6pm

Unity Lighting Basics

Lighting in Unity can be tricky, especially if you’re worried about performance. This guide will cover a few introductory tips that will give you greater control over lighting in your 3D projects while making it run smoothly. Some familiarity with Unity is helpful for this tutorial, but it’s not strictly necessary. If you don’t already have Unity, you can download it here . A Room of One’s Own To start, open up Unity and create a new project. Before we start placing any lights, we need objects for the light to bounce off of. If we placed lights in an empty scene, it wouldn’t look very interesting! Let’s make a simple room. Go to GameObject > 3D Object > Cube , and adjust it to make it look like a wall. The easiest way to do this is to click on the cube you just made then hit T on your keyboard. This will bring up handles around the cube to resize it quickly. Adjust it unti...

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