Spotlight functionality

Spotlighting is a specialized lighting technique that enables artists to direct a focused beam of light onto a specific area or object within a 3D scene, much like a real-world spotlight. This method is essential for drawing attention to key elements, creating dramatic shadows, or simulating the effect of natural or artificial light sources such as the sun or stage lighting.

Spotlighting offers adjustable parameters such as intensity, color, falloff, and angle of the beam, providing users with the flexibility to craft the desired mood or focus within their scenes. Additionally, features like gobo patterns can be used to project shapes or textures through the spotlight, adding complexity and depth to the lighting effects.