Interacting With Objects

Desktop users can use interactive objects as discussion prompts and active engagement resources for pair and group discussions, role plays, problem solving, and task work.

Any object in Immerse with a white circle can be picked up, placed in a new location, thrown, or used, depending on the scene.

GrabableObjects_Indicators.png
(A table set with a hotdog, cola, coffee, donut, and burger, each with a white circle on it)
 

Placing Objects

You can accurately place objects in the scene with the “Place” button.

  1. Click an object with your mouse to pick it up.

  2. Click the “Place” icon.

    Placing_Icon.png
    (1st-person view of a hand holding an apple in front of a island with a plate on it)
  3. Move your mouse to the location where you want to place the object.

    Placing_Item.png
    (The apple is on the plate, and a cursor hovers over it in a yellow circle)
  4. Click to place the object.

 

Throwing Objects

You can accurately throw objects in the scene using your mouse and the right-click button.

  1. Click an object with your mouse to pick it up.

    Throwing_Grab.png
    (Rear view of a character standing in front of a dartboard in a game room)
  2. Move your mouse to the location where you want the thrown object to land.

    Throwing_Aim.png
    (Rear view of a character holding a dart in a game room where a cursor hovers over a dartboard)
  3. Right-click to throw the item at that location.

    Throwing_Finished.png
    (Rear view of a character in a game room in front of a dartboard with the message "Describe a book that is amazing.")
 

Using Objects

Certain objects have "uses" like eating, pouring, or activating.

  1. Click an object with your mouse to pick it up.

    UsingObject_Grab.png
    (A table with a corked bottle on it)
  2. Click the “Use Object" button.

    UsingObject_Button.png
    (A table with a corked bottle on it; at the bottom center of the screen, an icon labeled "Use Object" is highlighted)
  3. You will see the object being used.

    UsingObject_Action.png
    (A character holds the bottle in her hand)
 
 
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