For those who struggling from limited floating points accuracy during GPS tracking in Unity Engine.
Accura GPS – double precision GPS which opens full power of Device Location Processor.
Available on the Asset Store.
Super lightweight. Compatible with latest Unity. Usable from C# API.
Retrieve precise location data; precise altitude data; accuracy in meters;
Supported platforms: IOS / Android
GigaNeo invented a way how to reduce sprite animations weight X-times!
Do you want to save from 50% to 96% assets memory?
Ready solution for Unity Game Engine is available in Asset Store
Example created using Video Packer:
Generate video animations from image sequence which is ideal cross-platform format.
Such set of frames can be exported with built-in VideoPacker Utils or in every animation tool like After Effect, Adobe Flash and Many More.
FFmpeg Unity Bind is a powerful solution to perform all kind of video editing operations. 17 years of Video Programming experience now can be easily integrated into every mobile cross-platform app. Thousands of developers enjoys a power of the product.
FFmpeg Unity Bind is a functionality of complete Video Editor on phones and tablets (Supports IOS + Android).
FFmpeg is the leading multimedia framework, able to decode, encode, transcode, mux, demux, stream, filter and play pretty much anything that humans and machines have created. It supports the most obscure ancient formats up to the cutting edge. No matter if they were designed by some standards committee, the community or a corporation. It is also highly portable.
This package offers FFmpeg Binding to Unity + Helpers for qu...
Is a custom implementation of world famous Visual Effects like in the “Predator vs Alien” movie and game series. To be useful for other developers it is available for Unity 3d in the Asset Store
How Thermal Imaging Works
In order to properly implement thermal imaging video, I had to develop a decent understanding of what it was and how it worked. The electromagnetic spectrum consists of several sections including (in order of wavelength) radio, microwave, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, x-ray, and gamma rays.
There are basically three ways for a camera to “see in the dark”. Light amplification is the most commonly used method. It is really just the gain on a camera and tells the camera to increase the amount of visible light it is collecting when the light source is faint...