At IrisVR, we aim to make a VR an everyday tool for the AEC industry. That’s why we focus on integrating Prospect with the 3D modeling applications and file types that you’re already using day in and day out.
The wait is over: Prospect for Oculus Quest is here!
Each year, The Venture Reality Fund releases a VR industry report that highlights the most important companies in the field. As noted by VRFocus, this year they included 550+ companies with the top revenue in the VR industry - including IrisVR!
We’re excited to announce that our award-winning 3D-to-VR software, Prospect, will be compatible with Facebook’s newest VR headset, the Oculus Quest! Pre-orders for the Quest and Facebook's new desktop VR headset, the Rift S, are live now; the headsets will begin shipping on May 21.
*Update as of 5/22/19*: Prospect for Quest is available now! Learn more about the headset and our integration with it here.
2019 is looking to be a huge year for VR. Industry leaders - including Facebook and HTC - have announced a range of new headset options (like the Oculus Quest and Vive Cosmos) for consumers and enterprise customers to choose from.
Did you know that around 30% of the work performed by construction companies is actually rework?
Today, we're putting the spotlight on Jeff Chang - our VR UX Designer. Jeff has been in the VR industry for 4 years, and joined the IrisVR team almost 7 months ago after relocating to Brooklyn, NY from Los Angeles, CA.
One of our primary goals at IrisVR is to supply the construction industry with powerful and easy to use virtual reality tools.
That’s why we’re so excited to announce that we won Technological Innovation of the Year at the 2019 New York City Construction Awards on March 12th.