Unity decal systems

This talk is about the architecture of Unity's High Definition Render Pipeline (HDRP - Lighting, Material, Decal) from a high level perspective and it provide some implementation details about our BRDF and volumetric lighting algorithm. The initial goal of this talk was to share as much as possible the new stuff that we have develop for HDRP.

The Decal System contains a BulletExample(CS/JS) script, did you have a look at it? The central thing for runtime situations is that you do not have to create decals (DS_Decals) at runtime, but projectors for a decals instance. If you go one page back in this thread, you find the BulletExample with code documentation.
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I have seen systems where you instead it'll change the vertex colors of the skinned mesh in real time and then you use those vertex colors to drive the blood to show up through the shader. Just gets more processor intensive.

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Unity decal systems

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Decal System Pro Decals can be used in many ways to enhance the graphics of your games. The Decal System has been designed to be intuitively usable and highly configurable at the same time. Main Features - Outstanding editor integration - Draw call optimization - Lightmapping and LOD support - Texture atlas assets - Vertex color support - Detail projection - Source code Videos Unity Forum Thread You are not actually asking for a decal solution. You are asking for an extension that is using decals. In fact it is something you could already create on your own. Yes, you would need to use particle collisions for that, but so does Unity! Asking for a built in Decal System makes sense in my opinion.
The Bullet Decal Pool System. Todays article came out of necessity. As you probably know, I’m wrapping up my long awaited VR Course, and one of the last things I needed to create is a decal setup for the game built in it. To do decals properly, you’d want a full fledged decal system, but for this course and post,... After googling the subject, I found that Unity has a solution towards this: projectors. While liking the fact that, in order to render a decal, a frustum could be specified (perspective or orthographic), there were other things that don't make them quite a practical tool to use in an optimized way:

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The Decal System contains a BulletExample(CS/JS) script, did you have a look at it? The central thing for runtime situations is that you do not have to create decals (DS_Decals) at runtime, but projectors for a decals instance. If you go one page back in this thread, you find the BulletExample with code documentation.

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