Displacements can be an easy way to sculpt terrains and other objects. Learn how to use the Unity Layered Lit shader to create efficient displacements
- Hi, I'm George Baistry. … If you want to do displacement in Unity, … you can using HDRP … and the LitTessellation shader. … So let's take a look at how to create displacement in Unity. … So here I have a simple scene … and I have just a standard plane as my ground plane. … And we're going to go ahead and displace that. … So we can displace by using a material. … So I'm actually going to go into this displace folder here … and you'll see, we have a couple of bitmaps … and those bitmaps are going to be used … to not only provide color normal mapping, … but also displacement. … So I have three here that I'm going to use. … This one here is just a bunch of white rectangles … against black. … This one here has kind of a bumpy texture … for kind of a rolling terrain type of texture. … And this one here basically just looks like grass. … So we're going to go ahead … and select this and create a material for it. … So I'm going to right click, go into create material. … And by default, because I'm using HDRP, …
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