When all modules and applications have been created, you can combine them into a scenario. A scenario defines the content in a physical space, or in the virtual boxes.


General functionalities

  • Delete a scenario: The entire scenario is deleted

  • Duplicate a scenario: the entire scenario, including all its contents, is duplicated

  • Cancel a scenario: all changes that were made before saving can be cancelled via the cancel button


The following settings can be set:

  • Name: internal work name

  • Scenario theme: here you can determine according to which standard theme your scenario should start. For more information about themes, click here.

  • Active scenario: if this button is on, your scenario is active in a physical showroom.

  • Is available in Xperify: if this button is on and if you change the default scenario to this active scenario for your specific virtual exhibit, this scenario will be active in your virtual lobby. The content creator can now also preview this scenario

  • Is active in Xperify: this scenario is now also available for the sales representative to show in a showroom

  • The available languages: you can decide which languages ​​are allowed to be active



Scenarios consist of a minimum of 1 key point. For more information about key points, click here.

  • In order to create a key point, press the green ‘add new key point’ button.

  • In order to edit a key point, press the blue edit button

  • In order to delete a key point, press the red delete button

Key points can be put on ‘non-active’. They are then not available in the frontend.


  • Name: internal work name

  • Key point description: short description of the content of the key point

  • Duration: you can give a key point a duration; this determines how long a key point can be active and when it can automatically switch to the next key point. If you do not want this to happen automatically, activate the ‘hold’ button.
    Remark: the first key point of your scenario should not have a ‘hold’ action active
    Remark: the key points are set to 1 second by default; this is best adjusted if you want to see a realistic result.
    Tip: if no automatic transition is to take place, set the duration to the maximum, which is 23:59:59

  • Fade in/out: this only applies to controlled lighting

Device deployments

The device types can be link to an application in an exhibit with device deployments.

  1. Click on the button ‘add device deployment’

  2. Choose the exhibit in which you would like to work

  3. Choose the device type within this exhibit

  4. Presets: only available for IO device types

  5. Choose an application

  6. Add to list


For the virtual space: define every wall, ceiling and floor.

Tip: if not all device types need to change in the next key point, you can assign only a new application to the device types that need to change. The other devices will continue to display the applications from the previous key point.


The focus functionality only applies to the virtual exhibits.

You can determine what the starting point should be per key point. In other words, which wall should be focused on.

You can choose 1 of the 4 walls and you can determine whether this should be in a zoom in or zoom out status.

If, as a sales representative, you subsequently switch between key points, each key point with a focus will always start on the desired wall and in the desired zoom in or out status.




As a content creator, you can see a preview of the result with this functionality:

  1. Go to scenario

  2. Select a scenario who is available in Xperify

  3. Go to the tab keypoints

  4. Click on the blue button ‘preview scenario’

  5. A second tab will open

  6. You need to login once (same credentials as you use for Xperify dashboard)

  7. To see an update of your changes, please refresh your browser every time