LiveSpace ExteriorPlus on a laptop

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Here is a selection of our InteriorWalk and ExteriorPlus web apps.

Please note that our web apps currently require the Unity Web Player plug-in to be installed in your web browser. If the plug-in is not already installed, you’ll be prompted to download it when the web app first tries to run.

Very soon we will be migrating to WebGL. This will mean that our web apps no longer require the Unity Web Player plug-in. Please keep an eye on our news section for updates.

We recommend that you close any other graphically-intensive applications (such as Photoshop, iMovie or multiple monitor support) before you run our web apps. We also recommend that you run only one of our web apps at a time.

Help using Google Chrome

Before you have installed the Unity web plug-in

If you are using the latest version of Chrome (version 42 or higher) you’ll see the following warning appear when you try and run the interactive walk-through:

To allow the interactive walk-through to work, go to chrome://flags/#enable-npapi and click ‘Enable’ by the NPAPI Plugins section.

You’ll need to restart Chrome by quitting it and opening it again.

When you come back to the interactive walk-through, you’ll still see the warning message shown above. This time, click on the ‘Manual install’ link, which will download the latest version of the Unity Web Player plug-in.

Once the Unity Web Player plug-in is installed, you’ll notice that the plug-in needs permission to run. In the address bar, look to the far right of it and see if there is a small blocked plug-in icon.

If there is, click it and a small dialog box will appear. Click the option for ‘Always allow plugins on livespace3d.com’, then click ‘Done’. The interactive walk-through should now start loading.

 

If there isn’t a blocked plug-in icon, and the interactive walk-through still isn’t appearing, the Unity web plug-in is most likely disabled. To fix this, follow these steps:

1) Open a new browser tab and in the address bar, type this URL – chrome://plugins/ – this will load a window that shows you all the plug-ins installed in Chrome.

2) In the list of plug-ins you should see one called ‘Unity Player’. If it is disabled, you’ll see a link underneath it that says ‘Enable’. Click this and it the plug-in will be enabled.

3) Optional – if you check the ‘Always allowed’ box Chrome will always allow the plug-in to run no matter what site you visit.

4) Close the plug-ins tab and refresh the page with the interactive walk-throughs on it. You should now be able to see them!

 

If you have already installed the Unity web plug-in

If you are using the latest version of Chrome (version 42 or higher) you’ll see the following warning appear when you try and run the interactive walk-through:

To allow the interactive walk-through to work, go to chrome://flags/#enable-npapi and click ‘Enable’ by the NPAPI Plugins section.

You’ll need to restart Chrome by quitting it and opening it again.

 

If you see a grey box where the interactive walk-through should be, follow the steps below:

 

1) In the address bar, look to the far right of it and see if there is a small blocked plug-in icon.

2) If there is, click it and a small dialog box will appear. Click the option for ‘Always allow plugins on livespace3d.com’, then click ‘Done’. The interactive walk-through should now start loading.

 

If there isn’t a blocked plug-in icon, the Unity web plug-in is most likely disabled. To fix this, follow these steps:

1) Open a new browser tab and in the address bar, type this URL – chrome://plugins/ – this will load a window that shows you all the plug-ins installed in Chrome.

2) In the list of plug-ins you should see one called ‘Unity Player’. If it is disabled, you’ll see a link underneath it that says ‘Enable’. Click this and it the plug-in will be enabled, and the link will change to say ‘Disable’.

3) Optional – if you check the ‘Always allowed’ box Chrome will always allow the plug-in to run no matter what site you visit.

4) Close the plug-ins tab and refresh the page with the interactive walk-through on it. You should now be able to see it!

Help using Internet Explorer 11 on Windows

There is a known issue with Internet Explorer 11 that means it doesn’t recognise that the Unity web plug-in has been installed.

If you’ve already tried to install the Unity web plug-in, but when you try and view the interactive walk-throughs you see the message asking you to download the plug-in, please follow these steps:

 

1) In Internet Explorer, click on ‘Settings’ icon which is normally found towards the top-right of the browser window.

2) From the settings menu, click ‘Internet options’.

3) From the ‘Internet Options’ dialog box, click the ‘Advanced’ tab and scroll down to ‘Security’ settings.

4) Untick the box for ‘Enable Enhanced Protected Mode’.

5) Click ‘Apply’ then click ‘OK’ on the bottom-right of the dialog box. You will now have to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

6) Once you computer has restarted, open Internet Explorer and come back to this page and you should now be able to see the interactive walk-throughs!

 

If you are still getting the message asking you to install the Unity web plug-in, click on the ‘Download’ icon to visit the Unity website (http://unity3d.com/webplayer/). On the right of this page there is an area that tells you what version of the Unity web plug-in you have installed.

If you see some numbers and letters in blue text next to ‘Unity Plugin version:’ the plug-in is installed. If you see the words ‘Not installed’, please click on the ‘Download’ button on the left of the screen to download and install the plug-in.

InteriorWalk

The Library - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

The Engine Room - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

The Ballroom - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

The Bandstand - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

Shared duplex - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

The Drill Tower - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

Social space - The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

Studio - Llys Y Deon, Bangor

Shared apartments - Llys Y Deon, Bangor

Social space - Llys Y Deon, Bangor

Studio - Tramways, Chester

Shared apartments - Tramways, Chester

Social space - Tramways, Chester

Studio - Merchant Studios, Glasgow

Social space - Merchant Studios, Glasgow

ExteriorPlus

The Old Fire Station, Birmingham

Lucas Studios, Birmingham

Video fly-through