In this article, we will cover the user interface that BRIO scene viewers will see. Creators should consider these options when building a new scene.
1. Maximize / Minimize Screen
Find more options in the menu: view the BRIO scene information, share the BRIO scene, reset the camera setting, and activate an advanced AR setting
3. Switch View Mode to 3D / VR / AR
You can toggle your viewing preferences between 3D, VR and AR. The 3D visualizer is the default view, optimized for desktop and tablet. Depending on the complexity of the scene, there may be additional device requirements to view a scene in VR visualization and AR visualization.
It is important to note that not every scene is viewable in AR or VR. The creator can choose to limit these options so that viewers can only see it in one or two views. The toggle menu will only show viewers the options that the creator has made available. Some users may also choose to create AR experiences only, which are formatted for mobile and tablet.
Please find more information in our AR / VR Support in BRIO article
4. Player Control
Depending on the "scene-setting" decided by the creator, there will be a play or mute icon. You can play, pause or stop the scene, and mute or unmute the sound.