You’re about to experience next-generation VR navigation designed to enhance user engagement in a variety of use cases. As you’ll see in this beta, Predictive Dynamic Motion technology makes e-commerce and other interactions more intuitive and efficient.
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QI designed Predictive Dynamic Motion to make VR more efficient with the goal of increasing conversion rates and user satisfaction.
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Getting started 1) Initiate the QI app. 2) Insert your phone into Google Cardboard. 3) Look inside and downward to locate the red dot; place the blue cursor on the red dot and let it complete a full circle to calibrate the demo to your orientation.
Left screen (industry standard navigation) 4) Look left to find the e-commerce simulation of the status quo in VR navigation functionality. 5) Hold the cursor on the salmon-colored pillow in the center of the third row until it completes a full circle. (To keep this demonstration simple, only this pillow is interactive.) 6) Select the heart icon; when the cursor completes the selection, select the “Confirm” icon and hold until the action is complete. 7) Next, re-select the interactive pillow, then toggle between color choices by selecting the colors icon on the right. 8) Now, select the pillow one more time, then choose the shopping cart icon and confirm. You have completed the standard VR e-commerce process.
Right screen (Predictive Dynamic Motion navigation) 9) Turn your head to the right to find an identical e-commerce screen; this one is a simulation of QI’s advanced navigation technology. Repeat steps 5–8. You will notice the objects move toward your cursor as you move toward them, predictively. The faster you move, the faster the objects anticipate your movements. This is the future of VR prediction engines.
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