Cards are foundational to the Holos interface. Think of them as files in 3D space. We support almost every standard format, so if you can open it on your computer, you can probably open it in Holos.
Cards represent content in Holos. Learn more about the different types below.
Use 3D objects to create better understanding of topics via tangible interaction.
Use audio to add ambient sounds, recorded interviews, or music to your space.
Use text to add a narrative to your space or to create organiztion with titles.
Use pictures to quickly add first-hand sources and diagrams to your space.
Use external apps take your students to published learning environements with a set narrative.
Use web apps to add utility to your space, like a calculator or a clock.
Shoeboxes are a small arrangement of content and are great for sharing content from VR to AR.
Spaces are like documents in Holos; they're blank slates for you to add content into.
Use videos to showcase concepts with a high amount of detail and that are in motion.