If your project includes more than one 3D holograms, a carousel of 3D holograms will appear at the bottom of the screen.
Switch between the holograms by clicking their thumbnail in the hologram carousel.
The carousel of 3D holograms can also appear in the AR view but only on Android devices.
Changing the Default AR Mode or Placement
Different AR modes allow for different features (such as occlusion, UI, wall placement, etc.) to take effect in the web AR viewer
If you'd like to change the default AR mode or placement used to view the 3D content, go back to the console and add metadata to change the default mode or placement. After adding metadata relaunch the experience.
The following key are words the system uses as pre-defined metadata keys to set the default AR mode or placement:
Either 'webxr' of 'scene-viewer'.
Default value is 'webxr'.
Sets the AR mode to the provided mode.
Either 'floor' or 'wall'.
Default value is 'floor'.
Sets the AR placement of the surface type on which the 3D model is projected.
Either 'auto' or 'fixed'.
Default value is 'auto'.
Set the AR scale mode which allows you to scale the model by pinching the screen (auto) or disables scaling (fixed).
A number between '0' to '1'. Default value is '1' for models with 'arPlacement' set as 'floor' and '0' for 'wall'.
Set the intensity of the shadow around the 3D model that appears.
A number between '0' to '1'. Default value is '1'.
Set the softness of the shadow around the 3D model that appears.
A number between '0' to '1'. Default value is '2'.
Set the intensity of the light emitted of the 3D model that appears.
Remember to relaunch the experience after adding metadata with Scene Viewer experiences for the change to take effect.
Getting 3D Content based on Location
You can choose to retrieve only 3D holograms that include a geolocation target set to a specific location around a specific radius.