You can build custom shaders for your terminal. Lets build a quick flag shader and see what we can learn.
FFmpeg is an open source tool that allows you to edit, encode, decode, transcode and more audio or video from your command line.
PowerToys adds a series of useful tools to your Windows computer including a color picker that lets you easily lookup the color of any pixel on your screen.
In order to create more accessible open source projects GitHub has introduced templates for Issues and Pull Requests to help improve the clarity and quality of new issues and open pull requests.
A few weeks ago one of you left a comment on an older video of mine that built a 3D Model exporter into Unity.
Zenject is a Dependency Injection Container Framework built for .NET that is also compatible with Unity. Lets learn some of the basics of how to get Zenject setup and start injecting components.
In previous videos we’ve built a pixel shader that renders circles instead of the traditional squares. You can rotate the pixels so that the circles can be oriented at any angle to one another.
I wanted to try something new and sort of experiment with a few concepts that build upon our circle pixel shader.
In the past two episodes we’ve created a pixelating shader that divides an image into a lower resolution grid of pixels and a second shader which renders a circle inside of a 1x1 area.
Last time we built a grid of pixels for our circular pixel shader. In this video, part 2, we’re going to be figuring out how to draw a circle.
Lets make a pixelated shader we can use to easily make a pixelated version of a texture on our Game Objects.
Lets merge some of your contributions to the World of Zero Open Source projects at github.com/worldofzero Special thanks to:
I’ve been trying to replace the old World of Zero website for a while now. A beta of the new version is finally in a working state and I’d love for you all to check it out!