2.2 Transfer Your Model to Falcor
Now it's time to see what it takes to turn our very basic existing model into a Falcor model. It's actually quite easy—all we need is to use a couple of built-in Falcor types and helper functions. Before you know it, we are into the world of Falcor.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 04:13
2 lessons, 04:13
2.Getting to Know Falcor7 lessons, 52:40
7 lessons, 52:40
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:31
1 lesson, 02:31
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