Lets you place the model on a flat surface, for example a desk or the floor. Choose a surface that has some features on it and is not 100% uniform in color. A carpet or a desk with some items on it should work well. A white desk with nothing on it will work badly.
Move your device slowly around until the ‘PP’ logo appears in the viewport. Keep moving your device until the logo is positioned where you would like the model to appear. Tap the screen to complete the placement.
Lets you place the model anywhere in front of you at any height. This is useful if, for example, you want to place the model next to a real person and you aren’t using the Whole body module.
Turning on AR in this mode will present you with a floating orange ball. Move your phone or tablet around slowly until the ball is where you would like the model to appear. Tap the screen to complete the placement.
The orientation works in conjunction with the type set above. Once again, to change it you first need to turn off AR mode, choose your settings, then turn AR mode on again.
Choosing erect and entering AR mode will place the model in an upright position relative to the world, this is the same as in the normal app.
Choosing supine and entering AR mode will place the model face up on the selected surface or mid air position, this closer mimics a natural dissection position.
Choosing prone and entering AR mode will place the model face down on the selected surface or mid air position, this closer mimics a natural dissection position.
Turn on AR mode with this switch, then move the device around slowly to track the room. Depending on the mode, a PP logo or a ball will appear once tracking is successful. Once tracked, tap on the screen to place the model.
You can choose how the model is positioned and orientated using the AR type and AR orientation controls.
Note: if you wish to change the type or orientation settings, you will need to turn off the current AR mode and then turn it back on again before the new settings take effect.
Select structures by tapping on them in the usual way.
Resize the model using a 2-finger pinch.
Rotate the model in the normal way with a swipe of a single finger.
Drag with two fingers to move the model around on the tracked surface.