Hi! I just downloaded Adobe Captivate with the 30 days free trial to evaluate this application to create VR courses for a LMS platform.
So far I think is simple to use and intuitive, but I'm trying to export the VR Demo to preview it on my Android phone and it's not working properly on Chrome. I scan the QR with my phone and go to the provided url to see the demo and it's not moving the 3D image with the movement of the phone.
I press the "ENTER VR" button and the size of the image is smaller than expected, the "settings" icon doesn't work and as I said, the image is not moving with the movement of the phone. I have to move it with my fingers.
Is it possible to export VR courses and make it work with Android and/or iOS devices?
In order to view the VR project correctly you will need to have a "VR viewer" to hold the Andriod or iOS device. The cheapest out there is possibly "Google Cardboard" VR see
I have a Samsung Gear VR and I can see VR videos with no problem. Even without the VR glasses, the VR video moves when you move the phone. In this case nothing happens when you move the phone, only it moves if you do it with your fingers.
Do you have the Google VR Servcies installed on your Andriod phone?
Yes, I can see VR videos in other sites with no problem.
Have you tried to publish the VR project to a web server such as Adobe Connect rather than just previewing it on a device?
Do you get the same problem?
I published it to a LMS and worked properly. Apparently the problem is with the preview system.
Thanks a lot for the help
Great to hear that all is working now.
Yes, preview is great for getting an initial look and feel, but it is restricted in what can be done/shown.
Always publish to a web server, LMS, etc... to get the full effects.