BRIO is a browser-based software, which means it can be run on all desktop operating systems (macOS, Windows, Linux, etc), as well as Chrome OS.
This article will cover:
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:
You can find out whether your browser supports WebGL here.
If your browser supports WebGL, follow these instructions to enable it:
- Go to chrome://settings - Advanced - System section, ensure the Use hardware acceleration when the available checkbox is checked (you'll need to relaunch Chrome for any changes to take effect)
- Go to chrome://flags - Activate Override software rendering list
- Go to about:config
- Search for webgl.disabled
- Ensure that its value is false (any changes take effect immediately without relaunching Firefox)
- Go to Safari's Preferences - Advanced, make sure that the Show Develop menu in menu bar checkbox is checked
- In Safari's Develop menu, make sure that Enable WebGL is checked
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
Check our full list of supported devices for AR and VR.
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