Join Alan Thorn for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Unity: Architectural Visualization Interactivity.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to consider the course exercise files that are available to you through LinkedIn Learning. If you don't have access to the exercise files, you can still follow along with this course. The techniques presented here can be applied to pretty much any architectural visualization. But if you have access to these files, then you can follow along with this course, video by video, step-by-step to complete the exercises. Inside the exercise files, once you've extracted them to your computer, you will find three folders. Two of these folders will be Unity projects, the Start and the End folder. The Start folder contains the Unity project that from video zero, from the very first video, I'm going to be opening and continuing to work from there. This contains an architectural visualization at the beginning of the course and this is the point that you should begin from. We also have the End folder, which is the project that you will end up with after having completed this course. And then we have a secondary folder, Assets to Import. This folder contains a range of different script files that we'll be dragging and dropping into the project at different points during the course. This is a folder that different videos will instruct you to go to to bring in script files into your project and we'll be looking at those script files and how to do that. So Assets to Import is a folder that you'll need to access periodically throughout the course. And that represents the entirety of the course files for continuing with this architectural visualization course.