Environment Library

Select from a library of backdrops on which to stage your experience

Environment Library

Users can rapidly build visually impressive scenes through a library of backdrops on which to stage your experience

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Open-Access Environment Library

Edify offers a number of different environments as backdrops for your lesson. To select an environment, go to the environments tab and then click to download the environment you would like. Once downloaded, select the environment and it will load.

It is imperative that you make sure to create a new scene before moving to a different environment. If you have models or media placed in that scene, as they will be lost and they won't follow you to the new environment. In this video clip you can see some of the environments that we offer.

Open-Access Environment Library

Custom Environments

Edify enables you to import 3D models and convert them into custom environments.

This allows you to create your own interior or exterior setting, or can also be used to examine a model at full scale, view scanned environments or view 360 images and video. Add your files from your local drive or the sketch fab library. And then inside the lesson, open up the object panel, locate the model and select the option that says move to custom environment.

From there, you can go to the environment panel, then select the tab that says custom at the top, right of the panel. And there you'll find a list of objects that you have converted into environments. When you click on that object, it will take a moment to load and there, it will place you inside the scene of your new environment setting. For 360 videos, playback controls can be found at the bottom of your lesson planner.

For the best results. There are a few options you need to make sure that are correct within your 3D modelling software. Make sure the floor is set to zero, as your spawn location inside the environment will be at 0, 0, 0. Also ensure that your Y axis is set up and your scale units is in meters. Also be sure that the environment is well optimized or it may perform poorly More information will be available in the knowledge base.

Custom Environments

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