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Narration in Virtual Environments: Enhancing Interaction with Preset Texts

Let’s try displaying a message using the Narration feature.

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What is the method for displaying messages?

There are three features for displaying messages.

Display Messages

Messages are displayed by touching the configured object. The messages disappear automatically.

The display time of the message The display method
START 5 seconds When you touch the object, it is displayed all at once.
Display Messages

Narration

The message is displayed when you touch the configured object. The message does not disappear automatically; you can make it disappear by tapping on the ❌ icon that appears when ‘Force Close’ is turned ON.

The display duration of the message The display method
Trigger Narration Until the ❌ is tapped (when Force Close is ON) When you touch the object, it is displayed all at once.
Story Narration Until the ❌ is tapped (when Force Close is ON) When you touch the object, it displays one character at a time.
Narration

Info PopUp

You can add a title to the message. Also, by keeping ‘Popup always on display’ ON, information can be displayed without the need to touch the object.

Message display duration Display method Whether there is a title or not
ON Until the ❌ is tapped Displayed from the time the app is launched With a title
OFF Until the ❌ is tapped When you touch the object, it is displayed all at once. With a title
Info PopUp

Narration

“Narration” is a game component that displays messages on the screen. This component has two different methods for displaying messages.

Trigger

When you set the ‘Trigger’ in ‘Narration’ and touch the configured object, the message is displayed all at once.

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Story

When you set the ‘Story’ in ‘Narration’ and touch the configured object, the message is displayed one character at a time.

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Force Close

By turning on ‘Force Close’, you can display the ‘❌’ icon to close the message.

 

Configuration of Narration

Trigger Narration

1. Select the object, then click on the location of the red circle. This will display the list of components.

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2. Click on ‘Narration’.

3. The configuration screen for ‘Narration’ will be displayed.

4. Click on ‘Trigger Narration’.

5. Enter the text you want to display in the text box.

6. That concludes the setup.

Story Narration

1. Select the object, then click on the location of the red circle. This will display the list of components.

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2. Click on “Narration”.

3. The settings screen for “Narration” will appear.

4. Click on “Story Narration”.

5. Enter the text you want to display into the text box.

6. That’s all for the settings.

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