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Welcome to Blogger Demo Scenaria page. So this is a quick demo page for Scenaria, if you view this page in the player you will see a graphic of a lighthouse and a single word 'home' that is, in fact, a link to another site. Within the page (and surrounded by HTML Comments so it's not shown to web users) we have embedded some XML tags- <!-- <scene3d title="Blogger Demo page" description=""> <script></script> <holograms> <hologram uri="Label" uid="A1" positionxyz="0.1,0.0,3" text="Welcome to Blogger.com" font-style="boldanditalic" font-family="Arial" color="255,0,0,255" font-size="300"> </hologram> <hologram uri="Label" uid="A10" positionxyz="0.1,-0.2,3" text="This 3D scene was generated by a blog post on blogger.com." font-style="boldanditalic" font
Scenaria a free open browser for rapidly building & experiencing Mixed Reality scenes. Scenaria allows developers to create simple scenes using a standard HTML editor (or just notepad). In version 1 - Scenaria supports Multilensing (two or more hololenses seeing the same scene), shared anchors, scripting, synchronised media playback, scene and asset loading (direct from a web server via HTTP/S) and event handlers. Scenes are created by placing XML tags into HTML pages. E.g. To draw a red cube in front of the camera add the folling xml markup to a .htm page and point Scenaria at the URL. <scene3d title= "" > <holograms> <!-- Place a redcube --> <hologram uri= "RedCube" uid= "A1" positionxyz= "0.0,-0.5,3" > </hologram> </holograms> </scene3d> So an example the webpage could be as follows (note if you want to embed the tags within an existing page