Included with all plans is the ability for you to consult with patients using over 60 storyboards. A storyboard is a collection of animations covering a specific subject or concept. The storyboards within Eye GIFs are organized by subject and are useful for you and your staff to explain concepts during a patient consultation. The very same content can be shown as an animated narrative and sent home to patients as a digital brochure.
How can I consult with storyboards?
You can consult with patients using storyboards here. By default, you are shown an interactive cross-section of the eye. By hovering over different parts of the eye with your mouse (or tapping them if you have a touch enabled device), you can select a particular subject. You can also select a subject using the buttons. Once a subject is selected, the storyboards for the subject are shown. Once you select a storyboard, you are taken to the storyboard experience and the first animation will begin to play.
Can I edit the content of storyboards?
Yes. Storyboards are fully editable, so you can customize which animations are shown and the associated captions shown and spoken. To edit a storyboard, first visit the storyboard list here and select the storyboard you wish to edit. Click the Edit Storyboard button on the toolbar on the right side of the screen to be taken to the editing experience. Once you have edited the storyboard to your liking, you can save your changes. These changes apply to that storyboard, as well as the associated narrative and brochure.
Can I change the voice of the narrator?
Yes. There are male and female options and unique accents that you can select. To change the voice used for your entire practice, visit here.
What other options can I configure?
There are a few options you can configure when showing storyboards.
- Mute: You can toggle whether storyboards are muted or not by clicking the Speaker icon in the lower left of the storyboard screen, by the playback controls.
- Captions: You can toggle whether captions are shown or not by clicking the Closed Caption icon in the lower right of the storyboard screen.
- Autoplay: You can toggle whether storyboards automatically play when you view them by tapping the Gear icon in the lower right of the storyboard screen.
- Autoloop: You can toggle whether storyboards automatically loop upon completion by tapping the Gear icon in the lower right of the storyboard screen.