A point of interest is indicated in a scene by an icon in a circle. The icon, which is an i if the point includes only text and an image icon (as in this example) if it includes a picture, can be anywhere in the scene and doesn’t have to be visible in the initial orientation.
Clicking that icon opens the image and text that you have placed in that particular point.
As you will see, you can include an audio file in a point of interest. If audio is available, the user would see narration icon and the sound will begin playing.
Here’s how you add a point of interest to a scene.
First, open any scene and click Edit at the bottom right of the page (if you’re already in the editor, skip to the next step). In the scene list, click on the scene in which you want to place the point of interest.
Move the view to find where you want to place the icon and click Add point of interest at the bottom of the right column. The icon will be placed in the middle of your view (it is blue when editing) and you can drag it anywhere in the image.
In the right column, give this point of interest a title and description.
If you want to include an image that will open along with the text information, click the image icon and upload the file (JPG, GIF, or PNG). After adding the image, you can adjust the size by using the handles in each corner and change the placement by dragging anywhere in the middle.
Repeat these steps to add as many points of interest as you like to this scene, although more than three or four may make things rather busy and a little confusing.
Your user can also click the i icon next to the title in the lower left corner to see all of the points of interest available in this scene. Clicking on each of them turns the view to that point and opens the text and image.
You can also add an audio file with narration for this point of interest and that’s what we cover in the next part of this tutorial.