Templates to create VR museum and botanical garden by Instagram link

STYLY can insert photos into VR space by linking your Instagram account to it.

This time, the ‘Museum’ function and the ‘Botanical Garden’ function have been added.

By each function, you can create a space with your photos displayed at a museum or botanical garden with just a single click.

How to link to Instagram

The Instagram account to link

Firstly, link your Instagram account to STYLY.

The ‘Assets’ button

After opening Web Editor, click the ‘Assets’ button in the top-left corner.

Select the ‘Instagram’ button

It displays the types of assets to add, so click ‘Instagram’.

Screenshot – Link Instagram #1

Click ‘Authorize with Instagram’.

Screenshot – Link Instagram #2

After logging in with your telephone number or username, and the password, you are prompted to authorize the link, so click ‘Authorize’ once you confirmed that it is your account.

Now you have linked Instagram to STYLY.

Museum

The ‘Museum’ function allows you to display your Instagram photos like a museum.

Select ‘Museum’

By selecting ‘Museum’, a museum is created automatically and your Instagram photos are displayed on the panels on the wall.

Check the VR space with Web Editor

Now you can see they are displayed on Web Editor properly.

Check VR space with STYLY for VIVE

Movie recorded in the camera mode

Botanical Garden

The ‘Botanical-garden’ function allows you to show your photos as if they were in a botanical garden.

Select ‘Botanical garden’.

By selecting ‘Botanic garden’, a botanical garden is created automatically and your photos are displayed on the panel at the centre of the space and at the surrounding plants.

Check VR space with Web Editor

Now you can see they are displayed on Web Editor properly.

How they look on STYLY for VIVE

Each surrounding plant has a sphere like a crystal ball, and Instagram photos are displayed on those spheres.

As seen in the GIF image above, the photo rotates so that it faces you when you move.

Photos displayed in a ‘VR’ manner

Your photo is displayed on the panel at the centre of the space, and it’s also displayed in a ‘VR’ manner at regular intervals as seen in the GIF image above.

Movie recorded in the camera mode