Action objects are predefined 2D objects with specific actions attached. You can add these objects to any 360 scene and customize their actions.
The action of an object will be triggered when a user clicks on the object.
Please note that Action Objects can only be triggered in the viewing mode, e.g. the 'Preview' or in any shared project in the Web Viewer.
Adding an Action Object
Action objects can be found in the sidebar on the right in the section 'Objects'.
They can be added easily to a scene by dragging the object onto a certain location in the 360° image or simply by clicking on the object.
All available Action Objects
There are ten different Action Objects to choose from:
Go to Scene
This action is used to travel to a different scene and essential to building a virtual tour.
- Link your scenes in the Web Editor - learn more
- Link your scenes on-the-go with the JobWalk App - learn more
This action is used to add any link to a website. The action can be customized to open the webpage in a popup, a new window, or the sidebar.
This object is used to add a small text to any part of the scene to quickly communicate relevant information.
This object is functionally identical to the "Show Info" object but should be used for more critical pieces of information.
This object is used to play a sound directly in the project.
Supported file extension for sounds are:
- .mp4 (using the AAC codec)
This object is used to attach a 2D Image directly to the project. When the user clicks on the object the image will be displayed directly within the project.
- Add a 2D image in the Web Editor - learn more
- Add 2D images on-the-go with the JobWalk App - learn more
This object will attach a PDF file to the project. When the user clicks on the object the file will be displayed directly within the project.
This object will attach a video file to the project. When the user clicks on the object the video will be played back in the project.
Supported file extensions for video are:
This object will display an email address.
When the user clicks on the object on a device that supports email, the default client to send an email will be started.
This object will show a phone number.
When the object is clicked on a device that supports phone calls the user will be asked to call the number.