Although we don't yet have official support for Scope embeds, now that Scope provides the capability to generate unique share links for your panorama sets, you can use embed those shared panorama set pages on your website or blog using iframes.
If you're not familiar with HTML/CSS, your web administrator or developer may be able to assist with this process.
To start, check out our guide on creating share codes / links in your Scope library. Once you've generated a share code or link, simply use that link as the source for your iframe:
<iframe src="https://irisvr.com/library/shared?code=YOURCODEHERE" style="height:500px; width:100%; border: 0" />
The above sample iframe code can be used to generate an embed that looks like this:
Click on one of the panoramas in the set will cause it to open full-frame in your iframe window, allowing for viewing of your panoramas without ever leaving your webpage. We also recommend adding a notice on your page, instructing users that viewing these panoramas using a mobile VR headset such as a Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard will provide a more immersive experience.
If you'd like to prevent scrolling on our page within your embed (like above), you can add 'scrolling="no"' to your iframe properties:
<iframe src="https://irisvr.com/library/shared?code=YOURCODEHERE" style="height:500px; width:100%; border: 0" scrolling="no" />
When doing so, simply make sure that the height of your iframe is sufficient to encompass all of your panoramas (especially if you ever add more panoramas to your set, as your shared link will update along with your personal library).
At this time, there is no way to customize this embed further, though in the future we hope to introduce a more fully featured embed functionality. Feel free to reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.