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Ovation can be used with a virtual reality headset or a computer monitor. These are referred to as VR Mode and Monitor Mode. A user must have the proper license type to use Ovation in these modes.
Monitor Mode has fewer features than VR Mode and is available at a lower price by purchasing a Monitor license.
A VR license allows users to use Ovation in either VR or Monitor Mode. A Monitor license only allows a user to use Ovation in Monitor Mode.
Individual subscribers can choose between a VR license or a Monitor license during trial activation. To change the license type after trial activation, please contact Ovation.
Individual subscribers are provided 1 license and are not able to purchase more.
Organization subscribers start with 5 VR licenses and 5 Monitor licenses.
Organization licenses are based on a concurrent user licensing model. Each time an Organization Member (or Admin) launches the Ovation application, they must sign in. While they are signed in, and the application is running, the organization is actively using a license. When they sign out, or the Ovation application is closed, that license becomes available again.
For example, a university with 10 VR and 5 Monitor licenses could have 15 students all using Ovation simultaneously. If a 16th student attempted to launch Ovation and sign in, they would be prevented from doing so until a license became available. If that 16th student plans to use Ovation in VR Mode, they would need 1 of the 10 students currently using a VR license to sign out or stop using the application before they can use it themselves.
To clarify further, because a VR license allows a user to use Ovation in either VR or Monitor Mode, the university, in this example, could have 15 students all using Ovation in Monitor Mode.