May 17, 2016, 02:14:46 am
Thanks for the reply.
To me it seems that you want to minimise the 'what do I have to do now?" and "how do I move around?" new learning process when presenting your visualizations in realtime with the Lumion Viewer. That is, if they have other things to learn or think about, then they are not focused on the key item which is the design, and experiencing it in a virtual environment.
If the person is familiar and used to using other controllers to navigate around scenes, then there is a nominal change required. However, for those that aren't used to using other devices, then it would seem the keyboard and mouse are things already known and familiar with.
Keeping the navigation and features in the Viewer as simple as possible so that the experience and the design is the focus, is one of the reasons why the Lumion Viewer does not directly offer other navigational methods.
Also interested to hear from others. We do have a number of members that use or have used Lumion Viewer to present their project.
re suggestion on collision: this has been suggested and discussed by other members. Please copy and paste your feedback to the Wishlist Boards so we can register your interest. Feedback within general discussion topics will otherwise get lost within the discussion