How to Document Your In-VR Meeting in 5 Easy Steps

How to Document Your In-VR Meeting in 5 Easy Steps

Prospect 1.7 contains a new tool that allows you to read the materials and layers of an element while viewing your project in virtual reality. Additionally, we’ve added the ability to mark the object in red (flag it) so that it becomes clear which parts need to be reviewed and fixed in the original design.

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Case Study: Mortenson Construction and Pennsylvania State University

Case Study: Mortenson Construction and Pennsylvania State University

Mortenson Construction worked with Pennsylvania State University to bring their new intramural facility’s rock climbing wall to life with virtual reality. We spoke with Taylor Cupp, Project Solutions Technologist at Mortenson Construction, about why the firm decided to use virtual reality, how VR fit into their workflow, and more.

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Going Green: How We Did Mixed Reality Capture with Prospect

Going Green: How We Did Mixed Reality Capture with Prospect

Virtual reality can feel impossible to explain to someone who has never experienced it. But once anyone tries VR for themselves, the excitement is undeniable. One of our challenges at IrisVR is communicating what VR feels like before they even put a headset on. This is where mixed reality capture comes in.

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Virtual Reality in the Workplace: 4 Ways to Set Up VR for Every Office Layout

Virtual Reality in the Workplace: 4 Ways to Set Up VR for Every Office Layout

One of the most common questions we get asked is how IrisVR sets up virtual reality for various different office spaces and user requirements. We’ve tried pretty much every configuration: at our office we have 20 Oculus Rifts, 5 HTC Vives, 6 Gear VRs, and about 500 Cardboards. 

After a few years of using these HMDs in practice, we can recommend 4 optimal layouts for your Vives and Rifts. 

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Prospect 1.5: The Release You’ve Requested

Prospect 1.5: The Release You’ve Requested

Our ultimate goal is to help you communicate powerful ideas spatially through virtual reality. Every new feature is meant to make your designs easy to understand for all parties involved, putting the unbuilt at the user's fingertips so virtually, it’s almost tangible. Our team has been hard at work making improvements both visible and invisible to users.

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