On March 20th, 2016 IrisVR will celebrate their second birthday and begin transitioning to a paid beta software release
Since mid 2014, IrisVR has been releasing different beta versions of their software to early testers which allows them to simply convert and view 3D files in Virtual Reality. Files from popular programs such as 3D SketchUp, Revit, and BIM models can simply be dropped onto the application and launched with one simple click! Currently this works with the most recent Oculus software as well as in line to work with other existing HMD’s such as the HTC Vive and OSVR.
It really is that easy!
What makes this software so amazing is it’s ease of use. Someone like me can download SketchUp for free online and withing minutes be viewing our 3D creations on our VR headsets. It really is that easy! This makes the software very attractive to people in an array of industries because they do not need technical assistance in order to view their own files or others that they have downloaded.
Another amazing asset that can be used in conjunction with 3D software programs like SketchUp is the 3D warehouse which holds just under three million free models that can be used and viewed in IrisVR by simply downloading the model and launching it through the Iris software utility.
If you are interested in this kind of software and would like to try it out for yourself than head on over to irisvr.com and request access to their Windows-based application named “Prospect”.
This tool can be used to gain clients or simply impress your wife, regardless of your reasoning you’ll be satisfied with the overall quality of the programmers and the team behind IrisVR. There is no doubt that 3D immersion allows us to communicate our projects by using actual space that feels real!
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