One of the biggest parts of our job as designers is to have a strong connection with the client throughout the design process. Systems like Enscape VR enable an even greater understanding of designs than we have ever had in the past but to run VR well, you need a beast of a PC which most clients don't have. Even running an exported standalone exe with ultra settings is a stretch for most peoples PC so they are confined to lower quality images and they must be on their PC to use the exe file.
Due to these limitations we have been using Kubity to showcase designs to clients in a format that they can access easily on any device they want. While it is not a rendered image in most cases the client just loves the fact that they can look around their new home on their ipad. Movement of the model in the window is similar to Enscape just applied within a touch environment.
Now there is very little chance of getting Enscape quality from the graphics chips in devices but if you were to build an app that ran Enscape on a web server and feed the stream though to the device (or web browser) then you would get ultra image quality irrespective of the device being used.
Otoy have a service, X.IO, which allows you to upload software which gets loaded onto servers when someone clicks a link. I have uploaded an Enscape .exe but there was a glitch that I haven't followed up on so haven't seen how it would work out. I have used the service for Unreal environments that I have built and the mouse response is pretty good and graphics are as good as on a local PC. The only limitation is the internet connection speed but clients are more likely to have a fast connection than a hi spec PC.
So the question is... are you looking at the possibility of having a service available where we can upload and run Enscape .exe files from a web server through either a native device app or through a web browser?
If we could provide our clients the ease of use & accessibility of the Kubity app with the High quality imaging that Enscape creates it would be win win for all.