Building a Scenario

CenarioVR: Actions & Conditions Highlight

CenarioVR: Actions & Conditions Highlight

You can add actions to give your scenario interactivity. To add an action, select the object of the action. Then select the Action button. Choose your action and objects from the drop-down.

The Link action allows you to move from one scene to another. Simply add a Link action to a hotspot, question choice, or as a timed action. Then choose the location in which you want to move to.

Pan to Object gives you the ability to move your scenario to a particular location based on where an object is on the canvas. Add a Pan to Object action to a hotspot, question choice, or as a timed action. Then choose the object in which you want to pan to.

The hide action gives you the ability to no longer show an object. Add a hide action to a hotspot, question choice, or as a timed action then select the object you want to hide. You can also select the duration in which you want to the object to hide.

The show action gives you the ability to show an object. Add a show action to a hotspot, question choice, or as a timed action then select the object you want to show. You can also select the duration in which you want to the object to show.

Pause Scene let’s you pause a video based scenario. This may be helpful if you want to discuss what previously happened using audio or an info card. Or test their knowledge so far using a question card.

Play Scene lets you play a video based scenario. By default, the video will play once added unless you deselect the Loop option.

Jump to Scene Time lets you choose a specific time in your video based scenario you wish to skip to. This is helpful if you want to move forward in a scene when the person has successfully completed an interaction or multiple interactions.

Play media lets you play an uploaded audio or video file. To add the action simply add Play media to a hotspot, question choice, or timed action and then the object that you wish to play.

Stop media lets you stop an uploaded audio or video file. To add the action simply add Stop media to a hotspot, question choice, or timed action and then the object that you wish to play.

Add to score disables automatic scoring and allows you to use the Score value for your own counting purpose. You can also subtract from the score by entering in a negative value.

Set Score overrides the automatic scoring and marks it to the value in which you specified.

Complete Scenario will report to the Learning Management System (in a SCORM publish) that the viewer has completed the scenario. This will pass “completed” to the LMS along with the viewer’s score (if any).

Actions can also include a condition. This allows for decision-based development.  When adding a condition you’re essentially stating that only if this is or is not true will something be performed on the screen or behind the scenes.  You can base conditional actions on a variety of objects like hotspots, questions, scenes, audio, video, images, info cards, and the scenario score.  Depending on what you select, different

Hotspots

  • Has been selected
  • Has not been selected
  • Has been shown
  • Has not been shown

Questions

  • Is Correct
  • Is not correct
  • Has been answered
  • Has not been answered
  • Has been shown
  • Has not been shown

Scenes

  • Has been visited
  • Has not been visited

Audio & Video

  • Has been played
  • Has not been played
  • Has been shown (video)
  • Has not been shown (video)

Images and Info Cards

  • Has been shown
  • Has not been shown

Scenario Score

  • Is passing
  • Is not passing