How to add button prefabs to your project?

How to add button prefabs to your project?

Mixed Reality Toolkit is equipped with a variety of button prefabs that you could add to your project. A prefab is a pre-configured GameObject stored as a Unity Asset and can be reused throughout your project.
You can find button prefabs available in MRTK by navigating to MixedRealityToolkit.SDK > Features > UX > Interactable > Prefabs.
In this project, you will learn how to change the color of a cube when a button is pressed.
First, select the button of your choice from the Project window and drag into the Hierarchy window.
Change the button's Transform Position so that it's positioned in front of the camera to x = 0, y = 0, and z = 0.5
Next, right click on an empty spot in the Hierarchy window and click 3D Object > Cube.
With the Cube object still selected, in the Inspector window, change the Transform Position so that the cube is located near but not overlapping the button. In addition, resize the cube by changing the Transform Scale.
In the Hierarchy window, select the button. In the Inspector window, navigate to the Interactable (Script) component.
In the Events section, expand the Receivers section.
Click the Add Event button to create a new event receiver of Event Receiver Type InteractableOnPressReceiver.
For the newly created InteractableOnPressReceiver event, change the Interaction Filter to Near and Far.
From the Hierarchy window, click and drag the Cube GameObject into the Event Properties object field for the On Press() event to assign the Cube as a receiver of the On Press () event.
Next, click the action dropdown (currently assigned No Function) and select MeshRenderer > Material material. This action will set the Cube's material property to change when the button is pressed.
Now, assign a color for the Cube to change to when the button is pressed. Click the small circle icon next to the Material field (currently assigned None (Material)) to open the Select Material window.
MRTK provides a variety of materials that can be used in your projects. In the search bar, search for MRTK_Standard and select your color of choice.
Now that the event is configured for when the button is pressed, you now need to configure an event that occurs when the button is released. For the On Release () event, click and drag the Cube GameObject into the Event Properties.
Next, click the action dropdown (currently assigned No Function) and select MeshRenderer > Material material. This action will set the Cube's material property to change when the button is released.
Now, assign a color for the Cube to change to when the button is released. Click the small circle icon next to the Material field (currently assigned None (Material)) to open the Select Material window and search for MRTK_Standard. Select your choice of color.
Now that both the On Press () and On Trigger () events are configured for the button, press Play to enter Game mode and test the button in the in-editor simulator.
To press the button, press the space bar + mouse scroll forward.
To release the button, press the space bar + mouse scroll backward.