Navigating with Avatars

We've designed the platform to be accessible and easy to navigate, whether you're using a web browser or a mobile device. Our platform syncs in real-time, allowing you to see all participants in the same room, regardless of the device they're entered from.

How to control the avatar

Web Browser Navigation

To navigate the Metaverse using a web browser, you can use a combination of keyboard controls and mouse clicks. Here's a quick guide to get you started:

  • Moving Around: Use the 'W', 'A', 'S', 'D' keys on your keyboard to move forward, left, backwards, and right respectively.

  • Adjusting the Camera: To adjust the view of the camera, click anywhere on the screen and drag your mouse in the desired direction.

  • Jumping: To jump, press the 'Space' bar.

  • Running: If you want to move faster, hold the 'Shift' key while moving.

  • Talk: Push V to unmute and start using voice chat.

  • Switch view: Tap C to switch the view from 3rd person to first person and back

  • Cinematic mode: Tap P to release the camera into free flight.

  • Return to spawn point: To return to the start point back press R.

Mobile Navigation

Navigating the Metaverse on a mobile device is also simple. You'll utilize on-screen controls for movement and touch gestures for camera adjustments. Here's what you need to do:

  • Moving Around: Use the on-screen controls (typically located at the bottom left of your screen) to move your character around.

  • Adjusting the Camera: To adjust the view of the camera, tap anywhere on the screen and drag your finger in the direction you want to look.

  • Jumping: The jump control is usually an on-screen button, typically located at the bottom right of your screen.

Emoting with Your Avatars

Our platform allows users to display a variety of emotions using their Avatars. By clicking on different icons, users can make their avatars express happiness, sadness, surprise, and many more emotions, adding another layer of immersion and interaction to the Metaverse experience. You also can use numbers from 1 to 7 on the keyboard to show emotes.

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