How to try Lucit XR
How to Create How to Share How to Read How to Edit
How to create a proof using Lucit XR
You can try Lucit XR for free at: Lucit | LucitXR - Bringing Proofs to Life
You will see an intro modal when you first enter our site. You can click next through the pages to better understand how Lucit XR works.
To exit out of the intro you can click outside of it anywhere on the screen.
You need to select a billboard that you would like to create a proof for. You can use the map to look around and you can use the search for a location box to type in a city, street, or state name.
Once you've clicked on the billboard you wish to use, click create proof.
You will be asked to choose a photo from your computer.
Crop the image appropriately and click add.
You will now be asked to name the organization/business/account, type in a name and click create.
How to share a proof
From the proof page you can simply copy the URL and send it to the person you wish to share it with, or you can click the share button at the top left of the screen.
How to read the proof
Here is the proof created for the help doc if you would like to look at it and follow along: click here.
At the top left of the page will be the Operator Logo and the name of the account
At the top right of the page will be a share button and if you are logged in you will also see an Attach button and an edit button.
Lower will be the map showing where the billboard is.
Below that will be an Lucit XR image of the billboard with your creative on it and some additional information about the billboard
and at the bottom you will be able to see the attachments, likes, and comments if there are any.
You can add comments and like the proof if you are logged in.
How to edit the proof
Clicking on the top right edit button will bring you to a new page where you can edit the photo, title, or delete the proof.
If you wish to change the photo, click on "looks bad? change this image".
If you wish to change the title of the image, click on the pencil icon next to the name.
There is a red delete button that will delete the proof.
There is also a view proof button to go back to the proof.
Here is the proof created for the help doc if you would like to look at it and test some functionality: click here.