BRIO is predominantly browser-based software, which means it can be run on all desktop operating systems (macOS, Windows, Linux, etc), as well as Chrome OS.
Minimum Browser Requirements.
BRIO uses WebGL (Web Graphics Library) to handle rendering. This has very low graphical requirements which means it runs well on most browsers.
The minimum browser requirements are:
Tip! You can find out what browser and operating system version you're using via What's my Browser.
Minimum Browser Requirements for Viewer
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Using BRIO on a mobile device.
BRIO relies on web technologies that aren't fully supported on mobile operating systems. We recommend using BRIO Builder on devices that offer a full desktop operating system for a better experience. However, you can view your BRIO project on mobile devices.
The minimum requirements to view BRIO projects on mobile browsers are:
Chrome for Android 75
UC Browser for Android 12.12
iOS Safari 12.2-12.3
iOS Safari 12.0-12.1
Opera Mini all
Samsung Internet 9.2
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Using BRIO for AR/VR experience.
Learn more in our AR / VR in BRIO article