There are a couple ways to send and view a VR project on your phone:
1. Open a VR project link directly on your phone
2. Send a VR project link from your computer/tablet to your phone
First, start off by downloading the Yulio Viewer app.
The app is available for download from the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, and Oculus Go Store.
If you open a VR project link directly on your phone (e.g. from an email, text, social media, website, etc.) the VR project will open automatically in fishtank/browser mode, which allows you to experience the scene as an interactive 360 degree panoramic directly in your internet browser (no need for a VR headset).
To look around the scene, you can either drag your finger along the screen to change direction or physically move the phone around and the view in browser will follow.
To view the VR project in Virtual Reality with a VR headset, tap the Googles Icon.
If you pre-downloaded the Yulio Viewer app, the project will open automatically.
Otherwise, download the Yulio Viewer app now. The app is available for download from the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, and Oculus Go Store.
After installing and running the Yulio Viewer app, insert your phone into a VR headset to view in VR.
Tip: You only need to install the Yulio Viewer app once. After the app is installed, clicking on the Googles icon will directly launch the viewer app and show the selected VR project.
First open the VR project on your computer/tablet – this will display the VR project in fishtank/browser mode, which allows you to experience the scene as an interactive 360 degree panoramic directly in your internet browser.
To send it to your phone, click the Share button.
Select the country of the phone number, enter the phone number and then select Send.
If you can’t receive text messages on your device, you can share the VR project link on social media or via email.
Open the text message and click on the VR project link to view.
Follow the steps above, from the Open a VR Project Link Directly on Your Phone section, to view the VR project in browser/fishtank mode or in VR.
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