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Create Virtual Reality walkthroughs

Create Virtual Reality walkthroughs

Create experiential learning such as – “virtual tours”, “crisis management”, “safety drills”, “first responder situations” and more.

Fully navigable VR walkthrough

Fully navigable VR walkthrough

Fully navigable VR walkthrough

Import 360° images or videos. Use text captions to tag the objects in the scene and navigate the virtual environment. Add navigation hotspots which users can click to move to the next scene, giving them a seamless experience.

Trigger informative pop-ups on hotspots

Trigger informative pop-ups on hotspots

Trigger informative pop-ups on hotspots

Add hotspots to your 360° media asset. Add informative hotspots to play a video, an audio or to display an image or text caption. You can also add quiz questions to test the learners and report the scores to an LMS.

 

Live Preview on VR devices

Live preview on VR devices

Live preview on VR devices

Generate a QR code on Adobe Captivate. Scan it using your mobile phone and immediately see how your virtual reality project will appear on your learner’s VR device. Publish your VR project for devices.

Mobile responsive courses created in minutes

Mobile responsive courses created in minutes

Create mobile courses using mobile-ready slides from the asset store. Customize Fluid Boxes and inbuilt course preview for publishing across various devices.

Mobile responsive courses created in minutes

Hand-pick mobile-ready slides from Quick Start Projects

Choose from a wide range of mobile- ready slides. Easily swap out images, replace text, shapes, characters and videos in those slides.

Use Fluid Boxes in your responsive project

Alternately, apply a combination of horizontal and vertical Fluid Boxes to your responsive project. Simply add objects like text, images, smart shapes etc. and quiz questions to your course.

Preview content across devices

Choose a specific device from the dropdown menu, or use the responsive slider, to preview how your content will look on different devices.


Also use
Adobe Captivate for:

Also use Adobe Captivate for: