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VR Showroom

VR showroom is an interactive full screen layout that invokes a VR feel. Dragging or pivoting the device moves viewport around a fully VR showroom.
Custom CTA can be added on each wall.

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Ad types tooltip

  • Interstitial Interstitial
  • Interscroller Interscroller
  • Expandable Expandable

Interactions: tooltip

  • Touch interaction Touch interaction
  • Gyro interaction Gyro interaction

Extra Features: tooltip

  • Effects Effects
  • Countdown Widget Countdown Widget
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Insights:

  • Highly engaging ad format;
  • VR-like experience;
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Mobile fullscreen

Average CTR:

6,85%

Average Engagement:

21,99%

* Average result from viewable impressions between 01.06.2020 – 31.12.2020

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Main assets tooltip

4x wall (jpg, png, svg)

Dimensions for infeed and desktop tooltip

Dimensions for fullscreen tooltip

1600 x 838

Additional assets tooltip

Ceiling texture (jpg, png, svg)
Floor texture (jpg, png, svg)
Overlay CTA (jpg, png, svg)
Overlay Logo (jpg, png, svg)
4x Overlay Element (jpg, png, svg)

668 x 668
172 x 172
up to 640 x 1280
up to 640 x 1280
up to 640 x 1280

Examples

Ninja Turtles

From VR Showroom

Samsung

From VR Showroom

AirBnB

From VR Showroom
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Options

You can adjust how your creative behaves, among other options:

  • Add animation to gesture icon tooltip
  • Custom gesture icon tooltip
  • Customized close button for Interstitial tooltip
  • Enable gesture tooltip
  • Stop all animations after set number of seconds tooltip
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Analytics

For this creative you have following analytics events to understand how users interact with the creative:

  • Ad is in view
  • Ad Loaded
  • CTR
  • CTR [asset name]
  • Unique [Gyro]
  • Unique [Touch]
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  • Apple has disabled gyroscope access for Safari by default. In this case, creatives have swipe interaction. All ads work with gyro in Android, other browsers and apps.
  • Keep all important content, like logos and text, within the defined “safe area”, to ensure it appears correctly on all screen sizes.