Bear GO is evolving! Take a few minutes to discover the new features embedded in the latest version of your augmented reality content creation platform.
Dashboard gets a new look
We have redesigned the information displayed on the home page of your platform. You will now be able to see at a glance the number of your campaigns and active / inactive markers, latest news, your last modified markers, and many other things …
A new way to monitor your statistics
The stats page has also been modified to provide a simple and effective overview of your application’s popularity, your markers, and interactions. The stats page is not available if you have a trial account on the Bear GO platform.
Advanced management of your thumbnails
Bear GO now offers the ability to organize your markers thumbnails the way you want. To do this, simply click on the drop-down menu that defines how you sort the content (positioned on the toolbar) to select the “Custom Order” option. You can then drag and drop your thumbnails to move them.
Here comes the “List” view
Change the display of thumbnails for your campaigns and markers with the new “List” view. You can manage your various creations through a summary table, simple, clear and powerful. To do this, click on the “List view” button on your toolbar (moving your campaigns / markers in “Personal Order” sorting mode will still be possible):
The 3D editor goes full screen
When you are editing one of your markers, it is now possible to fully switch from the classic 2D view to a 3D view. The way you modify interactions in your AR scene will take on a whole new dimension. To switch from one view to another, click on the “2D / 3D” switch at the top left of your page, just to the right of the “Test” button.
Discover the “Video Live Streaming” interaction
A new interaction is coming to the platform, the “Video Live Streaming”. If you retrieve the link of a video that you are broadcasting live (Youtube, Periscope, Twitch, …), you can add it to this new interaction and show your live content directly onto a marker.
Hide interactions from a scene
When editing an AR scene in the platform, you can hide some interactions you created in order to focus on editing others, by clicking on the small “eye” icon in the list of interactions. Making an interaction invisible or visible only affects the online editor. When scanning, user will still see all interactions created.