Interactive objects usually highlight when focused. This invites the user to interact with them. This video explores how to create object highlights.
- [Instructor] In the preceding movie, … we added some animation to the door … at the corner of the lobby there … for opening and closing states, … but those animations don't play on their own. … We want the viewer to be able to click on the door … to open it, and this kind of interaction … is what I want to get started at creating first. … Now, to do that, I want to add object highlighting, … so that as we approach the object, … it's going to change color, … indicating that it's the kind of thing we can click upon. … Right now, if I press Play on the toolbar … and I take a wander around the lobby, … you'll see that it doesn't really matter what I look at … or what I move close to. … For example, if I move close to the door here, … it doesn't change in any way in response, … indicating that it can be clicked upon. … I want to add that visual differentiation, and to do that, … I'm going to be creating a completely new script file … that we'll be adding to the Scripts folder here. … Now, the script I'm going to create is included …
Skill Level Intermediate
Unity: AR Visualization 01 Basic Conceptswith Roger Miller1h 59m Intermediate
Unity: AR Visualization 02 Basic Interactivitywith Roger Miller2h 39m Intermediate
Cert Prep: Unity Scripting and Publishingwith Alan Thorn2h 3m Intermediate
1. Configuring an Architectural Visualization Scene
2. Area-Based Interactions
3. Doors and Object Interactions
4. Camera Controls
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