A VR studio for 360 content management, 3D VR room customisation, social interaction and monetisation.
AR is Augmented Reality. AR appends the real environment with a simulated one, overlaid on top. Augmented Reality applies algorithms and sensors to detect the position of the camera, and then superimposes 3D graphics/objects into a user's view via smartphones/glasses/projections.
The VR studio is the tool you will use to edit, upload and customise your VR room.
A free plan is an introductory option with limited functions and 1 VR Room.
A paid plan gives you more functions for £5pm. Earning revenue options, 10GB storage and 4 Branded VR Rooms.
A white label plan gives you access to all the pro features eyeora has to offer. Offering 40% AD revenue, custom storage and unlimited VR Rooms. This option is a bespoke option and prices will differ depending on your requests.
Storage is the amount of space allocated to your account to store and collect your media assets. This will be charged according to the plan you have chosen.
Synonymous with capacity, bandwidth describes the data transfer rate.
This determines how big the files you have to upload are, and how much space it will use whilst uploading/downloading.
This is an introductory no obligation trial for you to get familiar with eyeora VR Studio and start creating your own room and viewing the free content we have available.
No. The VR Studio is designed so that anyone at any skill level can start creating and viewing their content.
Go to account, which will take you to the profile page.
There you will see an option to delete your account. Click the button and follow the instructions.
NB: You will have 30 days to reactivate your account with all it's assets otherwise your account and assets will be permanently deleted.
To reactivate your account, simply go to eyeora.com and sign in with your email and password and your account will be reactivated provided you are still within the 30 day period of your deactivation.
360 Content is any video uploaded that has been taken with a 360 camera. This allows you to view the video in 360 degrees whilst wearing your VR headset reliving the experience.
Public content is content that is uploaded for everyone on the eyeora network to see and use.
Private content is content that is uploaded only for selected or invited members to view.
If you loaded the content and set to private, only you will be able to see the content until you have sent out any invites.
Your video will now start to upload with the current scene and will auto sync the audio.
You will get a notification in the studio telling you that this has been completed.
A preview is a short video of the storyboard you have been working on, which gives the viewer an idea of what the 360 is about.
Free means media and content that is free to view or a room that is free to enter,
PPV means Pay Per View, where a payment is required in order to view the content
Your media library is a catalogue of media that has been uploaded to your account to be used by yourself or for others to use if you have made the content public.
There are two ways to use your media library. There is the local way, which is to upload media content from your device or pc and have that used. Alternatively, you can access media that is stored on the eyeora servers and use them for your content.
All media refers to all the media available to you to view and use that had been uploaded by other users making the media they have uploaded to be public
My media refers to all the media that you alone have uploaded to your account. You will only see the media that you have exclusively.
My album is a collection of all your media images and videos that are collected for a specific event.
Free media is all media that has been uploaded to the eyeora server that is available for all users to use free of charge.
First select the room you wish the event for. Then create your event, and save it. Go to VR events tab, select your event and select the edit icon. You will then be taken to a page where you can edit your image. You will then need to ask permission from the room creator. Click the ask permission tab on the image. A message will be sent to the room creator requesting their permission fro you to change the image.
Check in the events permission tab if they have allowed you permission. Once permission is given, you can go back into that event and and change the image to the one you wish.
A VR event is an event set up by the user to share their content by inviting friends and family to join them in a specific 3D room.
Anyone with an eyeora account can create a VR event.
If you have sent an invite to someone who is unregistered, then their email will give them a link so that they can sign up to eyeora for a free account to view your event.
No. You can use the room as a hang out area or as a meeting area. It’s up to you if you wish to add content.
No. You do not have to invite groups to your events. But f you want to increase your viewing numbers, it’s advisable that you send invites.
When you have been invited to a VR event, you will receive an email which will ask you to either accept or decline the invitation. Once you have declined the invitation, you will not receive any more emails relation to that event.
A VR Room is the 360 environment that you will bring your friends/clients to showcase your content. Completely personalised by you.
Eyeora Free: An Eyeora Free user can have 1 default VR room
Eyeora Pro: An Eyeora Pro user can have up to 4 branded VR Rooms
White Label: White Label users will have unlimited VR rooms
Things you can customise in your VR room are:
You can edit your VR room in the eyeora studio. Just follow 6.4 to edit anything you have uploaded to your VR room
Using the gaze click pointer, type in your email and passwords in the respective fields, then gaze over the login button. Now you are logged in.
Once you have logged in you will be taken to your Avatar selection screen here you will be able to customise your Avatar to suit your preferred style.
In the main menu in the User tab. You can change the avatar using the arrow buttons and save with the save button in the bottom right.
In the room there are various teleport locations on the floor, represented by the circles and arrows. If you look at the and wait for the circle reticle to fill, you will move to that location.
Your main menu is the menu that allows you to choose between a VR room, 360 event and view 360 content
Using your gaze click look down to the blue circle with three dots, this is called your Radial menu this will automatically open up your Radial menu, then choose the image with a flower on and this will access your main menu
The Radial menu is the circular menu opened by the button at the bottom of your view. This allows you to access all other menus.
The User tab is where you can personalise your Avatar and either logout of your account or quit the app.
The Content tab is where you can browse all the 360 Content you have access to and play them.
The Events tab is where you can view and join any Event you are invited to, or those that are open to the public.
The Games tab is where 3rd party Games can be viewed and played.
The Social tab is where you can view all the Users you are following, and those who are following you. You can invite Users you are following to Events you own.
The cinema is the largest screen in your 3D room. This is where you would sit with your friends and watch content either from the server or via YouTube.
At the Cinema screen there is a YouTube button, using this button opens the YouTube selection screen. Using any of these options plays the selected YouTube video.
On all the TV screens and the Cinema screen have Volume button, marked by the speaker Icon. The TVs can be muted, and the Cinema volume can be increased/decreased or muted.
Tv screens are the smaller screens placed around the room. These are used to showcase content for promotional purposes or alternative videos relating to the room. They are customisable in that you can choose which media is to be displayed
To view the 360 Content of the room you are in open the main menu, navigate to the Content tab, and select the 'Room Content' button filter
To Hide the other User Avatars while watching 360 Content, use the Trash Can button on the left at the bottom of your view
To switch Hotspots or Scenes in 360 Content you can use the buttons that appear for the duration of the 360 Content. Each button will navigate you to a different Hotspot or Scene.
To Minimise the other User Avatars while watching 360 Content, use the 'People' button in the middle at the bottom of your view.
To Hide the other User Avatars while watching 360 Content, use the Trash Can button on the left at the bottom of your view.
To Report a Event/Content/VR Room you can access their 'Info' and then use the 'Report' button. To report a User, select the '!' Report button above their head.
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