Copy your presentation file to the ICon Lab Console
Log onto the ICon Lab main console.
Go to C:/Thesis 2017/ and then
presentation time slot (note that there is also a shortcut on your desktop)
folder. Use you First and
the folder title
into your folder
Preparing for Presentations in the ICon Lab
For your practice session, you will need to make sure that the display screens are turned on and the input source is correct. To do this, perform the following:
For recommendations regarding presentation development and format, see the 3 Screen Presentations page.
For information regarding the presentation locations, see the Immersive Construction Lab or 302 Engineering Unit B pages.
For further information on the AMX touch panel and changing sources refer to the ICon Lab page.
Login to your Steam account, go to ‘Library’ → ‘Tools’. Find SteamVR, right click at the status and ‘Install the Game’. See Figure 1.
Once installed, play the game and you will see a window pop out, where it detects your head mounting gear, your track pad, and your controller. See Figure 2.
Click the ‘SteamVR’ icon and follow the instruction on how to calibrate your HTC Vive to your available space. (__http://www.howtogeek.com/258356/how-to-set-up-the-htc-vive-and-start-playing-games/__ )
Setup in Unity
In order to make your Unity project VR compatible with HTC Vive, there are two important components that need to be executed.
Go to ‘Windows’ → ‘Asset Store’. Search ‘SteamVR Plugin’, download and import the package into your project. See Figure 3.