Tutorial Introduction

From art exhibits and information kiosks to sales pitches and retail point-of-sale systems, creating interactive experiences with IntuiFace is easy and the following tutorial will show you how. We'll start easy and then give you pointers about how to incorporate more advanced capability. And we promise - you will never write a line of code.

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Preparing for the Tutorial

In this tutorial you will be recreating the Tim Burton promotional exhibit available for download through the Samples section of the IntuiFace Composer Experiences panel. At any time you can download the final version to see how we put it together. You can even open it in a separate instance of Composer - more than one instance of Composer can be run at the same time - for cross-reference.

TBurton_Home_Page.jpg

The images, videos and other content you will use in the tutorial are located here. (It's about 115 MB in size.)

Save this file to your PC and then - in Windows Explorer - right-click it and select Extract All. Note the target location for the unzipped files, changing the destination if you prefer. IntuiLab grants you the right to use the content provided in this project but be aware that the content remains the property of its respective authors.

This tutorial is comprised of six chapters.

  1. Part One: Create a New Experience
  2. Part Two: Add an Image
  3. Part Three: Complete the First Scene
  4. Part Four: Add Navigational Elements
  5. Part Five: Use a Collection for Navigation
  6. Part Six: Create New Scenes Using Your Product Knowledge
    1.Part Seven: Add Data Tracking