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Tutorial 1: Hello World - 5 Minutes
Tutorial 1: Hello World - 5 Minutes
Learn how upload panos and a .zip file in 5 minutes
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Written by Nathaniel Capaccio
Updated over a week ago

Creating your first Digital Space in fives minutes.

Digital Spaces are created by rendering 360 panoramic images (any render engine inside of 3dsMax) and using our Digital Spaces Exporter Script to automatically generate your experience in a .zip file. Both the 360 images and .zip file are uploaded to where your experience will be stored in your account to view and share.

  1. From the dashboard, switch your organization to your name.
    We generated this organization for you, you can change its name at any time.

    Open Dashboard

  2. Inside your organization, enter the project 'Hello World'
    If you no longer have this project, feel free to create a new project with the same name.

  3. Inside 'Hello World', Click the "Add Version" button

    What is a version? Since no rendering is perfect on the first pass, you will be uploading progress experiences throughout every project. We have built-in version control to help organize your process, save old drafts, and limit client comments.

  4. Download the tutorial package and unzip the file.
    Download Here

    Digital Spaces are created in two parts: 360 panoramic images rendered as equirectangular maps and a .zip file generated from our 3dsMax Script. To make things easier, we have already rendered 7 panoramas and exported a .zip file located in the tutorial package.

  5. Drag and drop the '' into the 'Upload Model' area.

    The .zip file contains a 3d model and camera locations from your 3dsMax scene

  6. Drag and drop all seven (7) panos into the 'Upload Panos' area

    Panos are rendered as an animation and must be in a sequence.

  7. Once the panos are uploaded, click 'Process'

  8. Click the "Add New Room" button below the experience.

    Use 'Entry' as the room name and '90' as the HFOV.

  9. Change 'Movement Speed' to 'Slow'

  10. Click Publish

    What's Next?

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