Augmented Reality allows your audience to view objects in their own space.
Prepare your scene for AR
Review BRIO's Augmented Reality Tips and Tricks to learn how to set up your scene for AR.
Make sure your object is positioned and scaled correctly for AR viewing, and ensure that your scene meets the technical requirements for Augmented Reality performance.
If your scene contains any objects that should be hidden in AR, select the object and turn off AR visibility in the properties panel.
Publish for AR
Set AR publishing options
Make sure that "BRIO RT" is the selected render engine. Ultra Render is not intended for mobile performance, and should not be used for AR scenes. The render setup options only apply to the 3D view of your scene - the AR view will not be affected.
Edit the embed frame size if you plan to embed the scene on a website.
Select AR layout
Select the AR tab in the layout section. This will remove VR options and add a more prominent AR button, labelled "View In Your Space".
In the appearance section, select a colour mode that is visible on your scene's background.
If you want to remove other options from the player interface, open the advanced options menu.
Preview AR View
You can preview your scene in AR before publishing. Select the AR button in the preview window. This will open a QR code you can scan to view the scene in AR.
Publish and View
Select Publish. BRIO will generate a link to the scene player, well as a code for embedding the scene on your website or e-commerce store.
View in AR
Visit the link to view the published scene. Select "View in your Space" to switch to AR mode on compatible devices, or to access the QR code to scan with your phone.
Make sure you're in a well lit space. The AR render engine on your phone will use the light in your space to calculate shadows and colour vibrance for your model.
Once your object is placed on the ground in AR, you can use your fingers to move, rotate, and resize it.
Present the BRIO AR Scenes on Your Website
You can embed published BRIO scenes to your website or e-commerce store, and your viewers will be able to access the same AR experience.