Jigs are now available to be viewed via web browser, in addition to the JigSpace apps. This enables users to view your 3D presentations on demand, without first downloading apps.
Jigs can be launched from a website link, QR code, or embedded in websites (see below).
Customizing your viewer
Subscribers on paid plans can customize the appearance, branding, and functionality of their web-based Jigs.
Subscribers to the Starter subscription get access to:
- Unrestricted embedding in websites
- Customized display options: autoplay, looping, load on any step, remove backgrounds, and custom step-timing.
- Remove 'Made with JigSpace' badge
- Remove in-viewer promotions.
Subscribers to the Organization subscription get access to all features in Starter subscription, in addition to:
- no watermarks or JigSpace logos
- custom logo and color branding.
Learn how to configure your custom branding.
Embedding Jigs into your website
Any Jig that you create has a unique iframe code that can be embedded into a website or a web-based software platform.
You can copy this embed code button when viewing Jigs in web, by clicking on 'Get embed code'.
Embedding requires a paid subscription to JigSpace.
With JigSpace’s Universal AR anyone can view Jigs in augmented reality, no app needed.
All major Android and Apple devices can view Jigs in AR from a browser.
- On mobile: in a browser or App Clip, tap ‘View in AR’
- On a desktop: click ‘View in AR’, and scan the QR code with a mobile device
Supported browsers and devices
Viewing Jigs on mobile, tablet, and desktop devices, is supported on the following major browsers:
- Apple Safari
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Samsung Internet
Jigs can also be embedded in your own websites, knowledge-bases, or content management systems.
For a Jig to be viewable in WebAR, its visibility needs to be set to 'Public' where anyone with the link can view it.
Jigs set to 'Private' visibility can only be viewed from with the JigSpace app, by signed in and authorised users.
You can set this via the account dashboard or using the JigSpace app.