Rotating Unity Gizmos - Quick Tip
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Gizmos are a really handy way to indicate a whole range of interesting information during development of your project.

Exploring Dot Products in Unity
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Dot Products are a really easy and fun way to compare Vectors in space. When comparing two normalized with a dot product the result will be the cosine of the angle between the two Vectors.

Building a Custom Node in Unity's Shader Graph
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With the introduction of Shader Graph Unity also added support for Custom Nodes you can build yourself by creating custom CodeFunctionNode.

Learning How To Use Step and Smoothstep in Shaders
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A number of people have commented that we should be using step or smoothstep instead of some of the branching if/else blocks we’ve used in other videos (branches in shaders tend to perform worse than other functions).

A Circle Shader in Shader Graph - Ripple in Shader Graph - Part 1
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Lets learn Shader Graph by building our ripple shader entirely within Shader Graph. The goal of this series is to reproduce the ripple shader we’ve been working on and compare/contrast the process of building the same shader in both tools that Unity makes available to you.

Point and Ripple - Ripple Shader - Part 2
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Welcome back! Let’s expand our Ripple Shader so it’s a bit easier to control and set the groundwork for some of the upcoming features we’ll want to build for it.

Live Coding a 3D Voxel Cube in Unity
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Lets build a basic colored voxel “chunk” from start to finish! We’ll focus on constructing three main components: a Chunk which stores data about the world, A ChunkGenerator which fills the Chunk with initial information (it builds the world) and a MeshGenerator that converts our Chunk into a Mesh you can see.

Building a Game Board in Unity
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We’re going to return to a project I built before starting this channel. Minefield, my take on Minesweeper for mobile.

Lets Make An Expanding Pipe Shader
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I’ve been seeing a few example of uses for a cartoonish styled pipe that expands as something goes through it.