If you are an eLearning Developer looking to create Virtual Reality eLearning, then you want to watch this overview, presented by John Blackmon, from Trivantis, on how to use their new product, CenarioVR. CenarioVR allows you to create eLearning experiences that are full VR using 360-degree video and hotspots.
Today, John tells us all about the recent release of CenarioVR, Trivantis’s new virtual reality eLearning suite, and shows us a demo of how it works and how to use it.
Sometimes it may be necessary to place your CenarioVR output in to an external source such as a web page or course. Let’s take a look at the placing your CenarioVR Output in Lectora Online.
With the ever-increasing number of digital photos and videos being recorded these days, many of us have gained experience in framing and shooting media. However, the jump to immersive 360-degree media brings a whole new set of possibilities, challenges and things to keep in mind.
Another update happened to Lectora Online over the weekend. Included in this update is improved text functionality, new Responsive Course Design (RCD) features, bug fixes, and more.
With Lectora Inspire, you get the eLearning Brothers Lectora Template Library, Cutout People Library, and Interaction Builder! Here are some short videos from eLearning Brothers to help you understand how to use items.
Your Lectora® Inspire maintenance gives you access to three great libraries from our partners at eLearning Brothers. These are: The Lectora Template Library The Cutout People Library The Stock Asset Library Before you can take advantage of these tools, you will need to first set up your login credentials. You can use existing credentials, or […]
While designing an e-learning course for smartphones or tablets be sure to design for touch by using these tips for finger-friendly buttons.
ReviewLink online collaboration tool allows you to share your e-learning courses for review. Read how easy it is to take advantage of this powerful tool.
Lectora allows you to add styles and effects to images, shapes and buttons. Find out how to use these in your e-learning courses.