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  • Software:Unity 5.0  ·
  • Difficulty:Beginner
In this lesson we'll take a look at the most common light you'll encounter whenever you create a scene in Unity. The directional light will act as a sun and is typically used to provide lighting for big, open areas like an outdoor scene. The directional light in Unity 5 is connected to the procedural skybox by default making it easy to create a sunset type of effect. I'll also show you how to add light flares to create a realistic sun flare facing the camera. To learn more about lighting click here: http://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/UsingLights.html