Create and manipulate UI elements using RectTransform's properties and methods.
Use Tags to check for Player.
Use Vector3 to determine the distance between two GameObjects.
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In this one-hour, project-based course, you will be introduced to Unity's User Interface (UI) Toolkit for creating user interface for your game world. This project covers creating and setting up each UI component and writing a script that will update the UI elements based on certain game events. The guided project will introduce you to the following Unity UI concepts: - World-space Canvas - Rect Transform - Text - Image - Tags - Scripting in C# to control UI content This is Part 2 of a four-part series on creating a good-looking user interface for your game or other Unity application. Part 1 covered creating a screen overlay canvas for typical player-feedback such as health and score. Part 3 will demonstrate how to create a settings menu and Part 4 will show you how to create a UI that will automatically adapt to the aspect ratio of any screen. This is a stand-alone guided project, but because this is a continuation of the previous part in the "User Interface" series, it is recommended that you complete the first part before commencing this guided project. This series makes use of the sci-fi-themed Unity project created in Create Power-Ups and Obstacles with C# in Unity. It compliments this guided project and, although not a prerequisite, is recommended for a more well-rounded understanding of the concepts presented herein.
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
Introduction, License Activation and Recap
Add World Space Canvas Display Above Pick-ups
Add Component to Hide Pick-Up Canvas when Player is Out of Range
Make the Canvas Always Face the Player
Display the Distance From Player
Add a Timer Above an Object
Your workspace is a cloud desktop right in your browser, no download required
In a split-screen video, your instructor guides you step-by-step
Are Guided Projects available on desktop and mobile?
Because your workspace contains a cloud desktop that is sized for a laptop or desktop computer, Guided Projects are not available on your mobile device.
Who are the instructors for Guided Projects?
Guided Project instructors are subject matter experts who have experience in the skill, tool or domain of their project and are passionate about sharing their knowledge to impact millions of learners around the world.
Can I download the work from my Guided Project after I complete it?
You can download and keep any of your created files from the Guided Project. To do so, you can use the “File Browser” feature while you are accessing your cloud desktop.
How much experience do I need to do this Guided Project?
At the top of the page, you can press on the experience level for this Guided Project to view any knowledge prerequisites. For every level of Guided Project, your instructor will walk you through step-by-step.
Can I complete this Guided Project right through my web browser, instead of installing special software?
Yes, everything you need to complete your Guided Project will be available in a cloud desktop that is available in your browser.
What is the learning experience like with Guided Projects?
You'll learn by doing through completing tasks in a split-screen environment directly in your browser. On the left side of the screen, you'll complete the task in your workspace. On the right side of the screen, you'll watch an instructor walk you through the project, step-by-step.
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