From Unity to Babylon.js — How is the journey?

One of my prototypes for describing a point cloud with particles using depth of field
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A custom lighting shader made in the legacy Unity plugin Shader Forge
A custom lighting shader made in the Babylon.js Node Material Editor
The Babylon.js playground is a great place to try out, debug, or share code
The Babylon.js sandbox offers a scene explorer and property inspector for debugging and experimentation

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