Vuforia Studio Tutorials and FAQs > Beginner > Create and Publish a 3D Eyewear Experience with a Gesture
  
Create and Publish a 3D Eyewear Experience with a Gesture
What You’ll Need
Access to Vuforia Studio
Access to an Experience Service
The BluePumpKit.zip
A Microsoft HoloLens
Steps
1. On the My Projects page, click the green + in the upper-right corner.
2. Select 3D Eyewear - Default as the template type.
3. On the Create Project window, enter a name for the project in the Project Name field, and your Experience Service URL in the Server field. Click Create.
4. Drag and drop a Spatial Target onto the canvas.
5. Drag and drop a Model widget onto the canvas.
6. With the model selected, click the green + sign next to the drop-down menu under Resource in the PROPERTIES pane.
7. Click Select Files on the Add Resources window.
8. Select blue_pump.pvz and click Open.
9. Click Add on the Add Resources window.
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For best display, change the Scale of the model to .5.
10. With the model still selected, scroll down in the DETAILS pane, and select teardown.pvi from the Sequence drop-down menu.
11. Next, drag and drop the Click event under EVENTS onto the model.
On the Select Binding Target window, select Play, and click Bind. This allows you to perform a single air-tap on the model within the Experience to play individual steps in the sequence.
12. From the DATA pane, drag the binding icon next to doubletap and drop it onto the blue pump model.
On the Select Binding Target window, select Play All, and click Bind. This allows you to double air-tap to play all steps in the sequence at once.
13. Next, expand the doubletap application event and enter the following information in the Voice Alias and Voice Response fields:
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Do not use punctuation to end the voice command entered in the Voice Alias field.
14. In the PROJECT pane, click Experiences under CONFIGURATION.
15. On the Edit Experiences page:
Select None from the ThingMark Association drop-down so that the Experience appears in your Vuforia View Library
Enter HoloLens Experience in the Title field
16. If no other changes need to be made, click Publish in the project toolbar.
17. When the progress indicator shows a success message, your project is published to your Experience Service, and you can use Vuforia View to view your Experience.
18. From within Vuforia View, navigate to the Library and open your Experience.
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To access the Library, say, “Hey View, show Library.”
19. The following appears:
20. Once you’ve located an appropriate horizontal surface, tap the screen to place the model!
21. Once in the Experience, you can do any of the following:
Single-air-tap on the blue pump to play individual steps in the sequence
Double-air-tap to play all steps in the sequence
Say, “Play sequence” to play all steps in the sequence