You often need to display paths between locations, like arrows and lines. This helps viewers navigate the environment easily. Learn how to use Cinemachine and LineRenderers to create paths.
- [Instructor] Now let's take a look at POVs … and signposting. … When building visualizations … you'll often want to indicate the path or the route … from one location to another, … within the environment visually. … For example, inside the lobby here, … maybe I need to indicate the route … between the entrance point here and office number five, … wherever that is, … it could be around the corner in the hallway here. … It could be upstairs, … but I want a visual route represented … and laid out on the floor, making it easy for the viewer … to travel through the visualization, … using first person controls or any other kind of camera … tracing along that route. … We're going to be creating this kind of path … in this movie here. … To get started, let's create the path itself and to do that, … I'm going to use the cinemachine smooth path object. … We can easily build that by choosing game object, … create empty, to add an empty to the scene. … You can see that here. … I'm just going to move it over to the entrance here …
Skill Level Intermediate
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