- [Instructor] Now that you have a good idea … of how to add Hotspots and associate actions with it, … let's take a step forward. … In this video you will use Hotspots … to display quiz questions right within the 3D environment … of your virtual reality project. … Click and drag the 360 background image … to bring the kitchen chimney in focus. … Then, go to the toolbar and click Hotspots. … Then, select the question mark Hotspot from the second row. … In this example, we are using the question mark Hotspot, … but you can use any prebuilt … or custom Hotspot to add questions. … Then, click and drag the question Hotspot … and place it at the center of the chimney. … With the Hotspot still selected, … go to the Properties Inspector and click Add Questions. … This opens the Insert Questions dialogue. … Notice that only Multiple Choice and True/False questions … are supported in a VR project. … These questions can be either graded … or knowledge check questions. … Survey and pretest questions …
- Adding interactive videos
- Creating a virtual reality (VR) project
- Adding 360-degree slides to normal projects
- Adding hotspots and questions
- Building simple and complex interactions
- Adding accessibility text
- Assigning keyboard shortcuts
- Adding audio and video closed captions
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Interactive Videos
2. Virtual Reality Projects and 360-Degree Slides
3. Custom Interactions: Simple
4. Custom Interactions: Complex
5. Enable Accessibility
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