Teleportation points are useful for quickly transporting viewers or creating a node navigation system. This video explores how to create teleportation points to expedite viewer travel.
- [Instructor] In the previous movie, … we created message notification interactivity. … Allowing the viewer to move around the lobby … and a message gets displayed depending … on where they're standing. … Now I took all of that functionality … and I saved it into a new scene by using file and save as, … and I saved it as the message scene. … The scene in front of you here is exactly the same scene, … but I just took the message notification stuff … that we just added and I deleted the objects. … So we have the same first person control a scene … without the message stuff. … That's not because the message functionality … isn't important. … Sure, I want to be able to have that. … But I also now want to focus on a new type of interactivity … on its own without the message stuff getting in the way. … I want to show you how to create teleporters. … The ability to take the viewer and transport them … from one place to another instantaneously … without their having to walk perhaps a very long journey, …
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Configuring an Architectural Visualization Scene
2. Area-Based Interactions
3. Doors and Object Interactions
4. Camera Controls
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