Day 64: The Power of Light Probes in Unity

Now that we have some objects in the game, we allow them to show some lighting on it.

Our cube has an emission with an intensity of 2.7. Now that it is emitting some light from it, let’s add some light probes to get the light to show up on another object.

Light probe groups will take the light from a source and apply it to dynamic objects that is inside the Light Probe Group area.

You can add more probes to cover more area by using the Light Probe Group component. With time and practice you can get good lighting by covering the whole area.

This was a quick introduction on how to create some light probes and how to add more to the same one.

Thank you for reading and have a wonderful day!

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