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[Example Project] Creative Techniques to Remix and Try

  • Great ideas!

    But, the one with the motion blur seems pretty heavy & I'm not sure how it would run on a lower end device. Can you tell me what's the size of that one (mb, kb) ?

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  • Great templates! Super easy to make into your own. 

    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  • There are so many useful things here, thank you Jonathan!

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  • Very cool and inspiring! Can't wait to download and play around. 

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  • Tutorial on how to add the simple glitch in lens studio?

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  • Hi Noah, Ben, Jean,

    Thank you so much for the kind words! Can't wait to share more of these. Look out for them coming soon :)


    Hi Nick! 

    You're right, duplicating a lot of objects can be heavy. In this case, it's not too heavy since the blur is done with four images offset and only one camera. If we added more camera, or more images to improve the blur quality, it would start to cost more. 

    You may want to explore the blur post effect found in the hair template as well. You can export these objects and import them into your project to use them.

    Finally, in Lens Studio 2.3, we've added a Material Editor which will allow you to write your own custom shader in case you want to make your own blur!


    Hey Joshua!

    First you'll want to export both the LowResCamera and the Orthographic camera, since those are the things that help render the glitch.

    Once you import it into your new project, you'll just need to hook up the camera you want to glitch into the LowResCamera. To do this, in your Resources panel, select LowResCamera Output, and set its Input field in the Inspector panel, to be the camera you want to glitch. 

    That's it!

    To learn more about exporting and importing projects, check out this page:


    Cheers everyone! Let us know if there's something you want us to tackle. Can't wait to see what you all come up with :) 




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