Join Alan Thorn for an in-depth discussion in this video The view cube, part of Cert Prep: Unity Fundamentals.
- In this movie, I want to consider the…view cube inside Unity,…and how that can help us improve the exploration and…the viewing of our scenes inside the scene tab here.…So I have this project open and…I have the scene_Navigation.unity open so…you can see from the project panel that…this is the scene_Navigation scene.…You can simply double click on that file name to…open the scene and view that inside the view port here and…you can see that we're viewing our scene from a kind of…perspective camera.…
It is not the scene camera,…that is the perspective of the gamer inside the scene,…instead we have this kind of director's eye view based on…this viewport camera.…So right now I can move my viewport camera around by…using the standard viewport navigation controls and…I can view this scene from pretty much any angle I like.…But actually, if we look to the top right-hand side of…the scene viewport,…you'll see that we have the viewcube here and…this allows us to access a range of…different camera angle presets for the…
- Unity project creation
- Viewport navigation
- Object manipulation
- Creating game content
- Exporting and importing mesh assets
- Using Unity for game development
- Game Mode vs. Play Mode
- Moving objects
- Materials and textures
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Unity Interface
3. Creating Game Content
4. Using Unity for Game Development
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