I would love to be able to capture and share pre-recorded walkthroughs to review with clients and colleagues in a VR environment.
To clarify, I don't mean a screen-recording or simple video. I'm referring to a pre-recorded VR tour along a set path.
I was thinking something along the lines of a 3-5 minute prerecorded path/flythrough (possibly with some textual or auditory informational overlay/narration, e.g. "This is the proposed new wing as viewed from the west. Look to your left, and you will see the new lobby.") that you can then share with a client for them to watch on their end. Almost like a VR video they can “inhabit”. They would obviously need their own VR equipment, but it would be nice to be able to achieve this guided tour without any complicated procedures like tethering via Prospect.
Background for this question/request:
I was looking through the Rhino model we recently submitted for a competition, and experiencing it through the Enscape/Oculus lens really made the spaces come alive, and allowed the subtler complexities of the design to shine.
Which got me thinking about how great it would be if the client could experience a virtual walkthrough of the whole project without having to do anything more than putting on a VR headset -- no having to learn how to use the controllers, no having to need someone from our office to hold their hands or act as their guide. Just put on a headset, and experience a curated, pre-recorded VR walkthrough.