GLB/GLTF 3D Model – Upload your model file to the media library or insert a URL to your model. URLs should always be served via https://. GLB/GLTF files can be used for both Android and iOS (the iOS Quick Look app can convert them on the fly, though perfect results are not guaranteed).
USDZ/REALITY 3D Model – For guaranteed AR dispay on iOS, upload your model file to the media library or insert a URL to your model. URLs should always be served via https://
Skybox/Background Image – Upload your image file to serve as a skybox-image which links to an equirectangular projection that is used as the skybox, and applied as an environment map to the model.
Environment Image – Upload your image file to set environmental lighting without changing the background.
Model Placement – Select whether you model should be displayed on horizontal or vertical surfaces when viewed in AR.
Scale – Set the X, Y, Z scale to change the size of your model in the desktop view, not available in AR.
Field of View – Control the extent of the observable area within the 3D model’s environment, specifying the angular range that the viewer can see within the 3D scene.
Exposure – Change the exposure of your model.
Shadow Intensity – Change the shadow intensity of your model.
Shadow Softness – Change the shadow softness of your model.
Animation – Play/Pause button – Enable the Play Pause Button if your model contains Animations.
Animation – Auto Play – Auto play the chosen animation for your model.
Legacy lighting – By default a neutral lighting environment is used that is evenly lit on all sides, but there is also a baked-in legacy lighting primarily for frontward viewing that van be enabled.
Model includes variants – enable this if your model includes variants and a drop down menu will appear in the model viewer for users to choose the variant.
Rotation – Set Limits – Restrict the amount users can rotate the model in both the X and Y axis.
Disable/Hide Elements – Choose which elements and functionalities you wish to disable including AR View Button, Auto Rotate, Dimensions, Interaction Prompt, Resizing in AR, QR Code and the Reset Button
Zoom Restraints – restrict how much the user can zoom in and out
QR Code Destination – When a user scans the AR code on their device it can take them to either the ‘Parent Page’ which is the page currently displaying the AR model, or ‘Model Viewer’ which opens the model directly in the browser and automatically triggers the AR view once loaded.
Custom QR Logo – Upload an image file to replace the Logo that appears in the QR code in the model viewer on desktop and laptops.
Custom QR Code URL – Set a custom URL for your QR code to go to.
Call To Action Button – Place a CTA button within the model viewer. Button Displays in 3D Model view and in AR view on Android only.
Call To Action URL – Set the URL for your CTA button to go to.
Hotspots – Add your text, click the Add Hotspot button, then click on your model where you would like it placed.