This video completes the teleportation system, allowing viewers to jump between different locations in your visualization. Learn how to jump between random teleportation points.
- [Instructor] In the previous movie, … we created three teleporter prefabs. … We have one over the here by the entranceway in the lobby, … one over here by the stairs, and one upstairs, … three teleportation points that we can jump between. … Now, right now, these look great, … but we don't actually have the functionality … to move the viewer from one teleporter to another. … Nothing will happen if we step on them, at least right now. … I'm going to be adding a new script file … that's going to change all that. … If you take a look inside the exercise files … in the Assets to Import folder, … you will see that we have a teleporter.c# script file. … This script file is something … I've gone ahead and made already for you. … I'm going to be bringing it into the project, … explaining how it works, … and then we're going to see it in action, how to use it. … And it's completely reusable, … like all the other scripts considered in this course, … meaning that you can take … your own architectural visualizations, …
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. Area-Based Interactions
3. Doors and Object Interactions
4. Camera Controls
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