Online Exhibition Demo

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This is an example of a embedded player. If you choose to use Tilt Brush, upload all objects you plan to incorporate into your sketch to Poly, then download them into your sketch with the Poly menu in Tilt Brush. Once you've finished painting and arranging your piece, upload the finished sketch to Poly with your Google account. In the publishing settings, set your visibility to public, and disable remixing. This will allow us to embed the sketch into this website. This method does not allow audio or audio reactive brushes. You can embed a SoundCloud player below the Poly embed to incorporate audio. Viewers can click, drag, zoom in, and navigate through your embedded sketch. On mobile, viewers can opt to view your sketch with Google Cardboard VR.


Sketchfab is great for both single objects as well as scenes. You can upload various types of model files with textures, and make modifications to the appearance of the object in the 3D settings. You can change backgrounds, apply filters, set up a simple VR view, and play sound with the object. It's a very robust online tool that offers a free pro subscription to students with our UNT student emails.

YouTube 360 Video

This an example of a YouTube 360 video. You may choose to embed traditional 2D YouTube or Vimeo video, or opt to record 360 video within your modelling software. This is a piece that Luis made with Maya. You can edit your captured 360 footage in Adobe Premiere Pro 2018 CC (Installed in the GAB 112 Lab). Select one of the preset VR sequences, as this will have all of the metadata needed for YouTube and Vimeo. You can also choose to create spatial audio tracks for your 360 videos. YouTube and Adobe Premiere supports 1st order ambisonics, and YouTube will playback 1st order ambisonics on PC and Android devices with the YouTube app. In Premiere Pro, select a VR sequence preset with "ambisonics" in the title. Make sure in the export settings menu that "VR video" and "Ambisonic Audio" are both checked in the video and audio sections. Please don't spin your virtual camera. This can be very nauseating for the viewer.