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You will learn:
- How to create presentation
- Rate the platform
- Next steps
How to create presentation
Presentation tools allows to create a virtual tour around the points of interest in your project and share it with the desired audience.
Presentation consists of slides. Each slide has a list of configurable parameters described bellow:
- Position - a point in a 3D scene, representing the point of interest;
- Point of view - position and orientation that the camera will fly to, when viewing the slide.
- Name - an optional name of the slide;
- Description - an optional description of the slide;
Please note that presentation data takes storage space..
Create presentation slide
Edit presentation slide
View and share presentation
To make presentation available for viewing to you and those who you shared the project with, including those how have an access to embed project, it is required to active Show always mode for the presentation.
By default Show always mode is not active, so presentation is only available for the project's owner, when the Presentation tool is active.
To active Show always mode for the presentation enter the presentation editing mode by clicking on the corresponding tool icon in the top right corner of the window. Then, in the Presentation tool's properties pane on the right, switch Show always to active mode.
When Show always mode is active, presentation is available both to the project's owner and those with whom the project has been shared with by default. Presentation slide's points will be displayed in a 3D scene, presentation control bar will be available in the bottom of the window.
When virtual tour is ready you may want to share it with designated people or even to embed it into some web resource. Refer to the "How to share processing results" article for a detailed tutorials on this matters.
How to navigate in a 3D scene in the first person mode
First person navigation may be helpful when inspecting a digital twin of a specific location or interior of some building. The first-person navigation mode with the keyboard is available by default when viewing the project.
Key bindings are described below:
- W - move forward
- S - move backward
- A - move left
- D - move right
- Q - move up
- E - move down
- Left SHIFT - accelerate
- Arrow Up - look up
- Arrow Down - look down
- Arrow Left - look left
- Arrow Right - look right
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