InstaVR Launches New Quiz Feature For Building Template-Based Quizzes in VR Apps
Clients Can Also Easily View and Analyze Answers Given by VR App Users
San Francisco, CA – October 31, 2019 – InstaVR Inc (https://www.instavr.co), a virtual reality (VR) authoring, publishing, and analysis company, today officially launched InstaVR Quizzes, a new solution feature allowing for easy creation of interactive quizzes within VR apps.
InstaVR Quizzes is a template-based no-coding way to add questions and answers to your VR applications built on the platform. The feature includes a large number of user customizations, such as presenting multiple questions within a single scene, displaying images along with questions, and determining subsequent actions based on user answers.
Beyond designing quizzes for display within VR experiences, clients can also analyze the results of answers given. In the Quiz Results section of InstaVR, users can see granular data on quiz interactions, including the name of the quiz taker, what time they took the quiz, whether they finished the quiz, what percentage of answers they got right, and whether they met a certain selected threshold of correct answers (aka “Certified”). This data can be used to help clients validate the success of their VR applications and improve on subsequent VR programs.
Expected popular use cases for InstaVR Quizzes include employee & partner training, testing for hiring, and classroom education.
“InstaVR’s mission has always been to make virtual reality creation as easy as possible for clients” said Daniel Haga, CEO and Founder of InstaVR. “We’re excited those same clients can now quickly build elegant VR quizzes within their apps. As a data-driven company, we’re also happy to provide clients a wealth of data on quiz answers directly in our platform.”
InstaVR Quizzes is available now at all subscriber levels — Standard (Free), Pro, and Enterprise.
About InstaVR Inc
Based in San Francisco, InstaVR is a virtual reality focused technology company, providing tools and services to enable anyone to author and publish interactive VR applications. InstaVR requires no prior VR experience and no specialized engineering knowledge. Since launching in early 2016, over 50,000 companies have created over 300,000 immersive 360-degree applications for iOS, Android, Web, Gear VR, Google Daydream, HTC Vive, and Oculus Go and Rift headsets. Clients include Toyota, TUI Group, PwC, US Navy, and GOV.UK. For more information and to access the InstaVR platform, visit www.instavr.co.