VR View allows you to embed 360 degree VR media into websites on desktop and mobile. For more information, please read the documentation available at http://developers.google.com/cardboard/vrview.
A complete list of VR View parameters can be found in the table below.
||String||URL to a 360° video file or an adaptive streaming manifest file (.mpd or .m3u8). Exactly one of video or image is required.|
||String||URL to a 360° image file. Exactly one of video or image is required.|
||String||String value for the iframe's width attribute.|
||String||String value for the iframe's height attribute.|
||String||(Optional) URL to a preview image for a 360° image file.|
||Boolean||(Optional) Indicates whether the content at the image or video URL is stereo or not.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When true, turns on debug features like rendering hotspots ad showing the FPS meter.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When true, disables the VR mode button.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When true, disables the autopan introduction on desktop.|
||Number||(Optional) Numeric angle in degrees of the initial heading for the 360° content. By default, the camera points at the center of the underlying image.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When true, prevents roll and pitch. This is intended for stereo panoramas.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When false, stops the loop in the video.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When true, the fullscreen button contained inside the VR View iframe will be hidden. This parameter is useful if the user wants to use VR View's fullscreen workflow (via
||Number||(Optional) The initial volume of the media; it ranges between 0 and 1; zero equals muted.|
||Boolean||(Optional) When true, mutes the sound of the video.|
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This project uses
browserify to manage dependencies and build.
especially convenient to preserve the write-and-reload model of development.
This package lives in the npm index.
Current builds are not working on Windows (#261)
$ npm run build # builds the iframe embed and JS API (full and minified versions). # Building This project uses `browserify` to manage dependencies and build. `watchify` is especially convenient to preserve the write-and-reload model of development. This package lives in the npm index. Relevant commands: ```shell $ npm run build # builds the iframe embed and JS API (full and minified versions). $ npm run build-api # builds the JS API (full and minified versions). $ npm run build-min # builds the minified iframe embed. $ npm run build-dev # builds the full iframe embed. $ npm run build-api-min # builds the minified JS API. $ npm run build-api-dev # builds the full JS API. $ npm run watch # auto-builds the iframe embed whenever any source changes. $ npm run watch-api # auto-builds the JS API code whenever any source changes.
As of 2017/06/13, the pre-built js artifacts have been removed from source
control. You must run
npm run build prior to trying any of the examples.