Quick Start

Here's an overview of how to run a quick demonstration of both Sightlab and Sightlab Multi-User

2. Load up an environment either from the built in environments (utils-resources- environments) or drag and drop one of your own to the utils-resources- environments folder (see here for some more places to get models)

3. Add objects of interest to the scene by going to File-Add (either add some that are in the utils-resources-objects folder or download your own to that folder)

4. Note that objects should come in with a "Group Node" attached to them, if not you have to choose "insert above- Group node". This is what is used to target the object as an "object of interest" (you can also right click and add this to objects already in the scene)

5. Choose File- Add and add a Region of interest to see how you can target specific areas of the scene (follow steps on this page

6. Save this scene to the environments folder (can also adjust lighting and additional options in Inspector if necessary)

7. Run either with single user or Multi-User according to the instructions for single user here

or multi-user here. Brief overview:

Afterwards you can review the local data files in the data folder and the video recording in the recordings folder (if that was checked). An interactive Session Replay will be available for the single user version. If using Biopac you can view the synchronized physiological markers along with the saved SightLab events and video. 

8. Run the Session Replay to view analytics such as heatmaps, scan paths, dwell time, user interactions and more

9. Run a 360 video session by adding media to the resources/ media folder and run according to the instructions here (works for both single and multi-users)

Note areas of interest can also be added to 360 videos as well

10. For additional functionality, see the documentation and the Example Scripts page

11. See how new avatars can be added here

Some additional functionality of note: