Getting started with Glue.

01

Check your gear

Glue meetings are accessible on a variety of hardware platforms: PC and Mac desktop, PC VR, and VR standalone devices. Check the compatibility and set up your device.

No VR gear is required when using Glue on your desktop computer, but you will need a pair of headphones. We strongly recommend using a quality pair of cans with abuilt-in microphone to enjoy spatial audio as well as avoid background noise and audio feedback. After connecting to your computer, make sure your OS settings are pointing to the right audio device.

Recommended Hardware and OS

  • External headphones with microphone

  • External headphones with microphone

  • Graphics: 1070, 1660Ti or better

  • Processor: Current generation i7 or i5

  • Memory: 16GB or more

  • Hard drive: SSD

  • Windows 10 (version 1703 or later)

  • macOS High Sierra 10.13 or later

Supported PC VR headsets

  • HP Reverb

  • HP Reverb

  • HTC Vive and HTC Vive Pro

  • Oculus Rift and Rift S

  • Valve Index

  • All Windows Mixed Reality VR headsets

Recommended Hardware and OS

  • Graphics: 1070, 1660Ti or better

  • Graphics: 1070, 1660Ti or better

  • Processor: Current generation i7 or i5

  • Memory: 16GB or more

  • Hard drive: SSD

  • OS: Windows 10 (version 1703 or later)

SteamVR and Mixed Reality for SteamVR

When you have set up your VR device you need to install SteamVR that enables the VR mode in Glue.

Go to www.steampowered.com to download and install the Steam client. Create a Steam account and log in. After this you need to launch Steam application and navigate to Library section. Make a search for the SteamVR. Click the icon and install.

If you are using WMR gear for VR you additionally need to download and install Windows Mixed Reality for SteamVR. Navigate to Store section and make a search for the Windows Mixed Reality for SteamVR. Click the icon and install

 

Oculus Quest is currently supported for pilot and demonstration purposes.
You’ll get full instructions when booking a demo.

02

Install Glue app

To download and install Glue you may need to consult with your company’s IT support. The native Glue application requires the following network locations to be whitelisted by IT policy and for HTTPS communication to be allowed through the firewall.

Domains to be whitelisted

  • collab.glue.work

  • glue.eu.auth0.com

  • limu.fake.fi

  • rink.hockeyapp.net

  • glue-collab-asset.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com

If you’re using PC VR gear, make sure that you have SteamVR up and running before launching Glue.

Please, book a demo first and we will then provide you instructions on how to get Glue on your Oculus Quest.

Book a demo

03

Demo meeting with the Glue team

A positive first impression is always vital when trying something new, right? Let us show you around when you visit Glue for the very first time.

04

Get a Glue license and revolutionize the way you work

Make Glue a regular part of your workflow with a Glue license.