After installing IdeaSpaceVR, navigate to
General. There you can enter your
Site Title as well as select the preferred user interface language.
Origin Trial Token for Chrome
If you navigate to
General you will find a so-called Origin Trial Token text input field. Since WebVR is still an experimental feature in most web browsers, the Google Chrome team decided that if you want to offer WebVR content to your website visitors, you have to include a meta tag in your website which shows virtual reality content. This meta tag will automatically enable WebVR in the web browser and your content can be rendered. This meta tag is just used for Google Chrome and will become obsolete after WebVR is officially available.
Follow these steps in order to setup your personal Origin Trial Token
Navigate to the Origin Trials Token Sign Up page: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfO0_ptFl8r8G0UFhT0xhV17eabG-erUWBDiKSRDTqEZ_9ULQ/viewform
Fill out the form and submit it.
Once you received your Origin Trial Token by e-mail, login to your IdeaSpaceVR installation, navigate to
General, enter your token code and save it. The meta tag including the token code will be added to all your WebVR pages (spaces).
Dashboard: Memory Limit
On your dashboard you find a section called
At a Glance. In there you find important information about your server setup. This settings determine wether your IdeaSpaceVR setup can work properly. The most important parameter is
Memory Limit. If this value is too low (
< 128M) you will run into problems when uploading high resolution photo sphere images: low memory makes server-side processing of high resolution images impossible (for example creating a thumbnail image from a photo sphere image). Ideally, this value is set to
256M or higher in your