Unity SVG Renderer
Sample source code for parsing and rendering SVG in Unity. It was originally developed for 4.5 or 4.6, although it has been shown to work on 5.2.3 also.
While we did develop support for the full specification as part of a project last year, we unfortunately do not currently have the time to clean up and support the rest of the renderer in order to provide it here. As such we have only provided support for SVG polygons in this sample - though we may address this at a later time.
Implementing SVG primitives (Rect, Line, Circle, Ellipse…) is less complex than implementing the SVG Polygon class, and so it is possible to do this fairly easily using the SVG Polygon class as an example. However it is significantly more difficult to support paths and strokes. The stroke solution provided in this implementation is for convex polygons only - though full stroke support can easily be created for the SVG primitives if you do choose to implement these. In our own implementation, we chose to use shaders when we realized the difficulty of calculating stroke meshes for complex shapes.
Provided is an example scene with the SVGtoMesh and GenerateSVG scripts attached to an empty game object. In order to generate an SVG object you must call the importSVG method of SVGtoMesh with the path of an SVG file under Assets/Resources/SVG/. For example, to create SVG objects from Assets/Resources/SVG/example.txt, you would simply call importSVG(“example”).In our case, we then used an XML layout in order to organize the resulting generated objects. In addition, you must provide two materials to the SVGtoMesh class to use on instantiated SVG objects - with alpha and without.
The project uses the HexConverter and Triangulator classes from the Unify Wiki, which are included in the sample and can be found on the following links: http://wiki.unity3d.com/index.php?title=HexConverter http://wiki.unity3d.com/index.php?title=Triangulator
Authors: Dillon Keith Diep and Jason Haciepiri