Empowering Holographic Experiences

 Introduction

Building a simple shared 3D scene can (depending on skills) take days or even months of development. What if you just wanted to put something together quickly and share it with people in 10 minutes? That’s where Scenaria Editor and Scenaria Browser can help.

If you want to try this then please contact support@scenaria.net and we will help and take a look at our simple examples.

Scenaria Browser and Scenaria Editor support Multi-lensing (two or more HoloLens seeing the same scene), shared anchors, scripting, synchronised media playback, scene and asset loading (direct from a web server via HTTP/S) and event handlers.

Scenaria Browser

Scenaria Browser is the Mixed Reality browser that lets people see and participate in 3D experiences.

Scenaria Navigation and Scene Sharing Panel

Scenaria Navigation and Scene Sharing Panel

If you have any web development skills then Scenaria browser can be used without the creator to allow you to build scenes right now. All you need is a text editor to allow you to place simple XML markup into normal HTML web page (or blog posts) and then point the Scenaria browser at it.

Scenaria IS IN BETA and currently supports linking scenes together (hyperlinks), labels,obj & glb (GLTF) assets, .WAV audio files, scripting, anchor sharing, and multi-lensing etc.

 

Scenaria Editor

Scenaria Editor is the Mixed Reality tool for building scenes.

Watch this video of the editor being used to build a scene for a client.

The editor is not on general release yet, but please email support@scenaria.net for more information.

 Scenaria Collaboration

Scenaria Browser and Scenaria Editor support Multi-lensing (two or more HoloLens seeing the same scene), shared anchors, scripting, synchronised media playback, scene and asset loading (direct from a web server via HTTP/S) and event handlers.