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Crystal Horn

Hey there, Daniel. It's not on our roadmap to add virtual reality or 360-degree videos, but we're tracking customer demand for it. I've added this discussion to our report so we'll keep you posted here if it makes the list! 

You can see discussions such as here where some folks have set it up using web objects or similar or this discussion here provides some ideas.

John Brennan

I find it really disappointing that VR is not on Articulate's roadmap.

The time's coming where I'm going to have to make some tough choices with regards to authoring software. I will need to be able to create incredible learning experiences with VR, and this might well force me to move to other authoring platforms.

david varga

We are also interested in using VR in Storyline. Specifically InstaVR as a web object in a Storyline 360 page.  Well we can already do that successfully, but not with the functionality of having the VR 'talk' to Storyline. What we would like to do is have the InstaVR fill most of the screen but have a storyline checklist on the very right of the screen. As the learner visits each of the predefined clickspots on the 360 VR, the Storyline checklist gets checked off.  Anyone doing this?  : D

Lauren Connelly

After checking with our team, I can share that we're working on the ability to add 360° media assets to your courses plus various interactive elements for those assets. We're confident this feature will be in your hands by the end of the year. Those are all the details I have for now, but I'll let you know as soon as we have more info to share!