INNOGAMES STORIES

Using Curves in Motion

Curves are used in many areas of gaming such as graphics, motion and visual effects. To demonstrate many characteristics of curves, this article will walk you through a project of making a procedural road editor, from the requirements to the thought process and solutions in solving the challenges. Procedural Road Editor using Curves Our editor […]

HelpURL for Shaders

Summary Unity provides a convenient way to link custom documentation to Monobehaviours and ScriptableObjects by adding the [HelpURL] attribute to your class. When an instance of this class is selected in the Inspector users can click the help icon to open the given link in the attribute in a browser. It would be nice if we could use the same attribute also […]

Entity Relationships in Unity DOTS/ECS

Unity DOTS/ECS is powerful at processing huge amounts of operations. This performance relies on data lookup in continuous chunks, but what if you encounter dependencies between entities and have to jump between chunks? All entities should follow a moving target or entities should react to actions from another Entity? This post highlights how entities can interact with each other and what implications this has on performance.

Unity`s “Performance by Default” under the hood

Introduction Around two years ago Unity published the first version of their new tech-stack regarding “Performance by default”. The big thing everybody was talking about was their new Entity-Component-System (ECS) that enabled super fast CPU-based simulations like the Boid demo and the Mega-City. The key aspects to reach this high performance are: Cache friendly memory […]