Graphics – The Knights of Unity

Let It Snow! How To Make a Fast Screen-Space Snow Accumulation Shader In Unity

Have you ever wondered how much time does it take to apply snow to all of the textures in your game? Probably a lot of times. We’d like to show you how to create an Image Effect (screen-space shader) that will immediately change the season of your scene in Unity. How does it work? In the images above you […]

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Choosing Between Forward or Deferred Rendering Paths in Unity

One of the most important Unity features is the ability to choose a rendering path.  For those who are not very familiar with Unity, choosing (usually) between forward and deferred rendering paths may be something comparable to choosing between “normal”  and “strange looking and something’s broken” rendering methods. To understand better why there is more […]

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Myths and Facts of the Unity Game Engine

Unity is only for games It’s a myth. Of course Unity has been created as a game engine, but it’s so flexible that it is successfully being used in other industries, such as architecture, medicine, and engineering. For an example, see 3RD Planet. It is the largest online consumer event platform, showcasing the top tourist destinations in each […]

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Understanding the Importance of Using Multiple Cameras in Unity

How to Use Multiple Cameras in Unity3D

From what I observe, many Unity users do not grasp the concept of using multiple Unity cameras on a single scene. “If I want to look from only one perspective, why do I need more than one camera?”. Saying that it makes perfect sense when more than one camera captures the scene from the same perspective makes it even more confusing. So why […]

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[Tutorial] – Create a Procedurally Generated Terrain for a 2D Infinite Runner Game in Unity

How to create 2D infinite runner in Unity

Have you ever been thinking of creating infinite runner game with the Unity? This kind of games can be quite challenging even for experienced developers. One of the things you most probably want to have in your game, is a procedurally generated terrain. Here we will show you how to achieve such feature using the […]

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Wrong Import Settings are Killing Your Unity Game [Part 1]

There are many things that may go wrong with your game development. Your models may have too much triangles than your target platform can handle, your algorithms may be too expensive for your CPU, and also you may be using too many materials so batching won’t work efficiently. These are difficult issues, and you as a […]

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Mobile Optimization – Batching in Unity

Do you know what batching is? You may want to check out the Nvidia presentation Batch, Batch, Batch for some more details but long story short, batching the graphics data means to wrap it up into a single package and send it to the GPU in a single pass. Why does that matter to us? That’s […]

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