How to Use


Shooting a new 3D video

1. Create a new scene.
Press the + button at the bottom right to create a new scene.

2. Enter a scene name and press OK.

3. Once the scene is created, click on the added cell.

4. Select the origin position
Once the camera is activated, slowly look around with the camera until a dot appears on the flat surface. From the flat surface with the dot, select and tap the origin position for the shot. This position will serve as a reference point when playing back the captured 3D image elsewhere, so choose a location as close as possible to where your subject will be.

5. Determin the origin position
When you tap the origin position, the clock symbol will appear on the plane, and if it is OK, press the "Place here" button. If you want to select a different position, tap another location on the plane to change the position of the mark.

6. Shooting
Place the subject in the screen and press the shoot button at the bottom center of the screen. The camera will automatically stop shooting after 6 seconds by default, or you can manually stop shooting by pressing the button again before the 6 seconds is up.

7. Play back the captured data.
When the shooting is completed, the control panel for the captured 3D data will appear in the upper left corner of the screen. Press the Play button on the left side of this panel to play back the 3D data in AR. You can also play back the AR by pressing the play button labeled "ALL" next to the shooting button at the bottom center of the screen.
This ALL Playback button enables simultaneous playback when there are multiple 3D shooting data. When you want to play back individual 3D data, you can use the control panel for each data.

7. Change settings for shooting
Click the gear icon in the upper right corner to change various settings for shooting.
Clipping Distance … Specify the range of distance in meters of the captured 3D data to be played back. You can change it later.
Speed … Specify the playback speed of the captured 3D data can range from -2x to +2x. You can change it later.
Duration … Sets the maximum time for shooting in seconds. The camera will automatically stop shooting after this time has elapsed.
Metronome … The metronome can be played at a specified BPM when shooting.

8. Change settings for playback
Click the down arrow in the control panel of the captured data to show/change the playback settings of the 3D data that has already been captured.
Clipping Distance … Specify the range of distance in meters of the captured 3D data to be played back.
Speed … Specify the playback speed of the captured 3D data can range from -2x to +2x. You can change it later.
Loop … Specifies whether or not to loop during playback.

9. Multi-track playback
Multiple 3D data can be played back simultaneously by shooting additional 3D videos.

10. Record the screen
Click the Screen Record button at the bottom left of the screen to record the currently playing AR data as a 2D video.

Share your 3D data

1. Share your scene
The scenes you create can be viewed by other users in AR using the Rememory app by using the share function. To share a scene, return to the top screen of the app and click the Share button of the scene you want to share. A pop-up will appear to confirm the upload data size.
2. Upload complete
When the upload is complete, a URL for sharing will be displayed. Click the "Share URL" button to share the URL with other apps.
3. Playback in AR
When the user being shared clicks the URL in a browser or chat application, the Rememory application will automatically launch. A pop-up will appear to confirm the download data size. Click OK to start the download, and when it is complete, it will be automatically added to the scene list. After that, you can play back it in AR by following the same procedure as described in the shooting section above.