In this article, I explain how to use ‘Post Processing’ on STYLY.
In the previous article, we made it possible to teleport VR camera. This time, we make a mechanism to apply ‘Post Processing’ when the teleportation is triggered.
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↑The article shown above explains how to use Post Processing Stack on STYLY.
I follow the workflow as instructed by the above article.
Get the main camera to apply ‘PostProcessing’ to.
Get it by ‘Get main Camera’ and store it in ‘Maincamera’.
Add ‘Post Processing behavior’
Add ‘Post Processing behavior’ by ‘Add Component’.
Make a new Object-type variable, ‘PostProcessingCamera’.
Furthermore, we change the variable type.
Select PostProcessing > PostProcessingBehaviour.
‘Add Component’ has been set now.
Add ‘Set Property’
Add ‘Set Property’.
Create a new Object-type variable, PostprocessingProfile.
Change the variable type of ‘PostprocessingProfile’ to PostProcessingProfile.
Check the ‘Inspector’ box so that you can set it in the Inspector.
Set ‘Target Object’ to PostProcessingCamera.
Set Property to profile.
Set ‘Set Value’ to PostProcessingProfile.
Create Post-Processing Profile
I set only the Bloom effect here.
In the Inspector view, specify the PostProcessing Profile that you set the effect in.
This makes ‘Post Processing’ apply when teleporting by pulling the trigger.
However, in this state, ‘Post Processing’ will be kept active even after the teleportation is finished.
So you need to add the Destroy Component to the check-camera State to destroy the Post-Processing component so that the effect is deactivated at the beginning.
By the way, this still leaves the camera with ‘Post Processing’ applied when playing other Scene. In the sample Scene, you can turn off ‘Post Processing’ with the trigger button on the left controller
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To taste the teleportation, I placed the destination at a remote location.
Even for this long distance, you can jump there in a flash.
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In this article, I explained how to use ‘Post Processing’ on STYLY.
When you improve the details of various Scenes, you would have a situation that you want to trigger an Effect at the specific location or timing.
You could make your VR Scene more attractive if you make good use of the workflow explained here.
Since the main camera is shared with other Scenes, it would be troublesome if it’s left with PostProcessing applied.
I think it’s safe to destroy it at once if you got trouble with it.
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