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[R&D] Tugboat Onboarding - An immersive Skill Training 360 prototype13064

Tosolini
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This online prototype is a mash-up of the #nocode authoring tool http://bubble.io and MP. The goal was to explore the use of immersive media as part of a skill training experience driven by content stored in a database. The Web UI deep links to different parts of the tour. No SDK or else is needed. Deep links can be revealed by pressing U in a tour.

All media featured in this demo does not reflect real e-Learning material.
Special thanks to Jan Utterstrom, Alessandro Franceschinis and Ocean Srl.

In case you are curious, here is the 3D tour of the tugboat.

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You are amazing! I am so motivated by your imagination and implementation of this technology! Thank you for sharing. 🙂
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Tosolini
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@lizzg Thanks for the kind words. It's a pleasure to share new ideas with this community.
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that's very nice. I used to work in a shipyard, so am basically a vessel-nerd.
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Baller!
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@Tosolini

You had me at Matterport scan of a tugboat. How cool is that! And, annotative.

Very cool!

I understand that you can walk around and watch videos - learning.

Is there a testing module that I missed? I am confused about the Bubble platform in this use case?

Thanks in advance.

And, as always, thanks for sharing your amazing Matterport mashups with the WGAN Community.

Dan
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Tosolini
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@dansmigrod The role of Bubble in this demo was to create the UI and interactivity around the rich media content (MP, images and videos). For me it was an exercise of web development without knowing Javascript, HTML and CSS. Each of the menu items is database driven (behind the scenes). If I need to update a MP link or a description, I edit a database record and don't touch the UI. Kind of a Wordpress wrapper, just built with Bubble.

Here is the link to the actual module:
https://skilltraining360.bubbleapps.io/

The experience is NOT mobile ready. I didn't put the time to make it responsive nor optimize it for performance, since that wasn't my goal. I also can't promise the link will stay live for too long, since I may change things around. And I haven't tested it outside my PC / iPad. But give it a try.
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@Tosolini

Ah! Thanks!

Very cool! Sweet that a non-coder can use this tool.

Dan
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Thanks for the re-post @DanSmigrod. This is fascinating.

@Tosolini, incredible outdoor scan of the tugboat (the entire scan and walk through is beautiful). It looks like you waited until the golden hour or did it right after sunrise. So, that I get. What was your secret to getting this entire outdoor scan done so cleanly? Many scans in short distances?

Thanks,
Todd
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@toddwaddington Thanks! No special secret for the external scan, other than I waited for the sunset and scanned at shorter distances. So I started inside and moved outside last. I also used a Pro1 in this case.
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@Tosolini, great. Pro1 did a fine job! I haven't scanned outside (other than doorways, etc.) but I've heard that shorter distances and not direct sunlight is the secret.

If you don't mind my asking, how long did the entire scan take? Also, is trimming an outdoor space any different from indoor? Just follow the edges of the boat?

Thanks!

Todd
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Tosolini
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@toddwaddington The entire scan took ~3h. As per the trimming, it was just the normal trim tool around the edges of the boat. Nothing to trim when I scanned inside the boat as there were no windows. When outside, you need to give MP something to hang on within short distance, or it'll get lost easily. Thus the shorter distances that you can disable later in Workshop.
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@Tosolini, got it. Thanks!
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@Tosolini - You are doing the most incredible work. I think I'm going to make a habit of going to the Forum and then just filtering for anything you have posted. It's like going to graduate school.
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Tosolini
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@home3d Thanks so much! I appreciate the feedback. My Youtube channel has lots of interesting experiments, although I make a habit to post them on this forum too.
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awesome!!!
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