AtmosPad is an X-Y Pad type controller with a two-dimensional space, which can be used to manipulate the sky and time zone in real time. Placing several environment-definition profiles called
Atmos Profiles on a pad. The various sky states can be changed seamlessly with.
- The X axis is tied to the time of day. The leftmost is 0:00 am and the rightmost is 24:00 pm.
- The Y axis represents the change of the environment.
Atmos Profilesare automatically grouped by Y-coordinate.
Depending on the position of the
cursor displayed on the pad, changes in the sky between groups and facial expressions depending on the time zone within the group are determined. Also, since the
cursor can be recorded as an animation, it can be used as a part for in-game cinematics such as a timeline.
Add AtmosPad to the scene
- Since there are AtmosPad prefabs for each pipeline under the
MassiveCloudsAtmos/Prefabfolder, add them to the scene.
- Open the AtmosPad Inspector placed in the hierarchy and specify the Directional Light in the scene for the
- Click the desired position of AtmosPad to change the lighting, clouds, and ambient light of the scene.
Atmos profile can be found under the
Profile/Atmos/ folder. You can edit the values for each profile from the Inspector.
Also, if you click the
Atmos Profile located in the
AtmosPad, the properties of the
Atmos Profile are displayed under the
AtmosPad, so you can edit the profile value here as well.
The lighting, clouds, atmospheric scattering and fog parameters are defined in the
Atmos profile. Based on these values, the values of multiple profiles are linearly interpolated according to the cursor position of
ou can delete the placed Atmos from the context menu that is displayed by right-clicking the placed
Atmos. Profile data is not deleted, only removed from
RemoveAll to remove all placed
You can place it by dragging and dropping the
Atmos Profile onto the
AtmosPad. However, the same
Atmos Profile cannot be placed in duplicate.
You can move to any position on the
AtmosPad by clicking once on the
Atmos Profile on the
AtmosPad to select it and then dragging it.