Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating 360 VR story spheres, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- 360 virtual reality is an engaging…and immersive technology.…And the tools for you to create…instructional media activities with it are available now.…In this episode of Training Tips Weekly,…we're going to use a tool called Story Sphere,…to create a 360 virtual reality experience…for your learners to explore.…So let's get started.…Now storyspheres.com is a web-based project…by Google for adding audio hotspots and links…inside of 360 degree images.…
The media can then be embedded in your website,…or learning management system,…and viewed in a browser, on a mobile device,…or even inside of a Google Cardboard-enabled device.…The technology works on a wide range of browsers,…operating systems, and devices.…But I'd suggest using the Chrome browser…on Windows or Mac for creating your Story Sphere.…You'll also need one 360 degree image,…captured with either a 360 camera…or one of the many 360 camera apps…available for both Android and iOS.…
You'll also need some audio files,…compressed in the MP3 format,…that you want to play when the user taps…
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