At our firm we use Enscape regularly to design, show clients options, and render images. I have been tasked with researching and implementing VR within Enscape. I have already come across a few helpful threads like the Next Gen 2019 VR Headset support and this VR Headset, which should I buy?.
The latter of the two threads is older and talks mainly about the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, which I initally looked into, however, with the newer headsets that have been released or are going to be released, I am wondering what would be the best option. The former thread mentions a lot of the newer headsets, but I am unsure of which is the best option as some of them require work arounds to utilize Enscape in VR. While I am sure I would be able to get these up and running, I can't always be at these meetings, so ideally we would use something that is pretty easy and straightforward to use.
What we would use this for would primarily be for client meetings. We would want to be able to have the clients walk around in VR and be able to see what they are seeing on the screen, as well as to be able to still make changes in Revit as we go. We do a lot of renovation work, so if possible, we would also like the ability to be in the physical space and allow the clients to see the new space in VR as they walk around and interact with the existing space. (I'm not sure of the ability to do this or not, or how well, but it would benefit us greatly in some situations). Another thing that would be great is ease of use and transport. The Quest looks very enticing due to its ease of transportation and set-up, but it seems the Enscape team still has a ways to go before implementing this into the program as they have with the Vive and Rift.
Right now I am leaning towards the Rift S or the Odyssey+ for their price, quality and what seems like their ability to work with Enscape already. The Quest still entices me, but I'm not sure on it yet. There is also the HoloLens, but I'm not quite sure it's what we are looking for, especially at its price tag. Am I on the right track here? Does anyone else have experience or insight into the direction I should go? Any help and or suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thank you!