May 26, 2020 at 7:54 am #444883
Well, I with the latest CVR app, and a scenario published earlier today, on my older iPad and my brand-new iPhone XR, I get the spinning cube and then an almost immediate crash of the app when I try to launch.
The old scenario still launches to the black void of space.
As an experiment, I published your Corals of the Caribbean scenario with CVR 10 minutes ago (so the latest version) to my own CVR space. Launching it on the iPad results in the weird jitterfest effect I posted above. Launching on the iPhone XR results in the black void of doom.May 26, 2020 at 9:58 am #444895
By the way, interface things: if you add a 3D model to the scenario, the resulting pseudo-dialog has a “Drag files here or click to upload” area, with an up-arrow. The up-arrow is not an active area, clicking it does nothing. You’re supposed to click above the arrow in the blank area, which I find quite unintuitive.
Also, the drop area/upload seemingly only accepts graphics files? Oddly enough the (real, system) dialog for uploading says you’re uploading a “Custom”. One suspects your developer created a custom list of file types and didn’t change its name. 🙂
I haven’t tested, but as a reasonably experienced 3D developer and longtime UX guy, I don’t know why I would drop/upload a JPEG file in that area. Does it replace the clownfish I added to the scenario? Become a texture? Seriously, there’s no way to know what happens when you drop a file there, and a user doesn’t know why that field exists.
EDIT: after posting that, I realized that there is no way to upload my own 3D models. I hope you plan to change that, because it really limits the usage of this feature. For instance, I might want to upload a model of my company’s equipment to allow the learning to study it. Can’t do it in this version.
ANOTHER EDIT: may I suggest that in the left-side panel showing all assets in the scenario, you add an option to the, um, Option Menu for each: “Turn to see”? I placed an object in my scenario and I have no idea where I put it, and I have to frantically scrub all over the place looking for it.May 27, 2020 at 1:04 pm #444973
Well, I inexplicably can’t edit the above again, so let me say that I found your YouTube video:
That answers many of my concerns above. I still think in UX terms it makes little since for me to click on a particular object (the clownfish) and have CenarioVR ask me if I want to upload a different model instead of using the one I just selected.June 2, 2020 at 6:07 am #445323
Is there a preferred web browser and PC specification to run published Cenarios? I’ve published to ‘CenarioVR Live and Mobile’ and on some browsers / PCs it just comes up with a black screen (after clicking the play button).June 2, 2020 at 6:15 am #445325
I found the tech specs page, the PC meets these specs yet I get a black screen.June 15, 2020 at 8:49 am #446374
Lots of posts to answer to here, but we’ll get the arrow icon “clickable” in the next update. The entire rest of the grey area is clickable, appears to have been an oversight on the href for that icon.
Tiy can definitely upload your own 3D models, in the original 3D release there was a bug in that the GLB extension was not in the list of files in the native system dialog that was brought up. You could just drag and drop to the editing canvas itself or to the grey area to add your own GLB fies. That has been fixed, and you can now use all three methods to add your own 3D objects.
When adding an object from the media library, CenarioVR brings up the propert dialog so you can name it, add actions etc. Its not prompting you to replace it at that point.
CenarioVR allows both 3D and 2D objects as hotspots, which is why you can choose JPGs, PNGs, SVGs, or GLBs for you resource type to go aong with a hotspot.June 15, 2020 at 8:51 am #446376
Is there a particular environment you are experiencing the “black screen” issue on? Is it related to a certain image or video scene?June 15, 2020 at 9:22 am #446379
Its just a very simple Cenario with a 360 background image and some info labels. I’ve created support ticket but they can’t replicate. On one PC it works in one browser, Edge but not in Chrome. On another it works in both and on another it doesn’t work on any browser, all are Dell PCs, laptops and desktop, varying ages but all running Windows 10.June 16, 2020 at 3:38 pm #446504
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