IT'S THE MOMENT you've been waiting for—deployment. Just because the product is ready doesn't mean the extended reality production process is over. There are still different steps that must be taken to have a successful and effective deployment. You want to make sure your project files are preserved so that if you need to go back and edit or update them in the future, they're available. You also want to make sure that you're deploying in an organized way. Documentation has come up as a common theme throughout this entire production process, and deployment documentation is no exception.


When your product is ready for deployment, you'll want to package your working files and archive them as a backup. Depending on who you are producing the extended reality experience for, your stakeholders may also require a backup copy of the packaged files as a part of your agreement, so determine that prior to starting any work. Before you give the package to anyone outside of your production team, confirm who should have access to it as it may include some of your proprietary code or intellectual property. Any software you've been using to create your extended reality application should have the option to package up your working files.

This packaged format will include all files and references associated with the functionality and visuals of your project. It should include many folders and subfolders, and the file size will be much larger than the built product itself. ...

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