Launching Your New Scenario

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Alright! You’ve come a long way in a very short time. Congratulations 🙂

Now, it’s finally time to take a look at how your Scenario is shaping up. The good news is that you’ve literally already done the hardest part…

All we have to do is export the JSON file with all of our conversations and then import it into our Dashboard.

With the project file open in ChatMapper, just click File > Export > Project as JSON. Choose where you want to save the file and then give it a name you can remember.

OK, now let’s jump over to the LearnBrite Dashboard for a quick tour.

The first thing you’ll see after logging in will be your list of spaces.

Across the top, you’ll see links to help you move between the main areas of the dashboard. Let’s forget about Worlds for now (that’s a topic for another day).

The first thing we’re concerned bout for launching your new Scenario is, well, creating a Scenario here in the dashboard.

Here’s a quick blurb about understanding Spaces & Scenarios as we define them.

  • A Scenario is the definition of an experience created in ChatMapper.
  • A Space is the customized 3D location the Scenario will be played in.
  • To play a scenario you will always be visiting a Space (which contains the Scenario).

OK, now that we have that cleared up, simply click Scenarios, then click on the “Create scenario” card (or just click here to create one automatically).

In this new page, give your Scenario a name (that you’ll remember), then click the Choose File button.

Now it’s time to find the JSON file that you exported from ChatMapper in the last lesson. Once you’ve located it, either double-click on the file or click the Open button

Now, click the Save button and your new Scenario will be loaded.

Above we talked a bit about the relationship between Scenarios and Spaces.

  • A Scenario is the definition of an experience created in ChatMapper.
  • A Space is the customized 3D location the Scenario will be played in.
  • To play a scenario you will always be visiting a Space, which contains the Scenario.

So, now that we have our Scenario ready to go. We need to create a Space to turn it into a visitable 3D location so our learners have somewhere to go.

That means we have to head over to the Spaces section of the dashboard by clicking Spaces in the main menu at the top. Just like we did for the Scenario we created before, click on the “Create space” card to the right of your screen to bring up the Space creation interface.

To proceed (see image below):

  1. 1. Select a template (for this tutorial we recommend the Office template if you want some objects already in the space, or the Blank template if you want a clean slate),
  2. 2. Scroll down to write a name
  3. 3. Make sure the “Virtual meeting room” toggle is off (grey), and then
  4. 4. Tap or click on the green “Create Space” button

You will now be in the list of spaces again. It is time to assign the Scenario you created to the new Space.

Click on the three vertical dots in the space’s card, then on Edit space.

In this page you can modify your space in a variety of ways. Most importantly for this guide, you can change the associated Scenario.

 

  1. 1. Click on “Show advanced”

2. Scroll down and click on the “Scenario” header

3. Choose the scenario you previously created from the dropdown (don’t click on Manage scenarios – that will bring you to the scenarios page)

4. Click “Save” at the bottom of the page

Guess what… you’ve just created your first fully functional 3D/VR-Ready micro-learning experience!

Not bad for just clicking around and jotting down a couple of lines of dialogue right? But don’t stop now…

In the next lesson, you’ll visit the Space & learn the basics of 3D decorating.

Next Lesson: Personalizing Your Space >>

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