Highest Output for VR

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  • I currently am working off the the geforce GTX 1070. I currently have a model of an interior office floor. I have included all of the desks, chairs, and office components as proxies. I have everything textured and placed where I want it. I am viewing it in VR for the first time. I am using the Oculus Rift. It is very laggy and also many of the textures are flickering. I get real sick real quick when walking around with the xbox controller. I am wondering if there are any settings that I can adjust to get the best VR experience possible. I have an upgraded graphics card so not sure if this is it. Does internet quality come into play at all? Our internet at our office is not the greatest. I looked throughout the forums and never saw a thread that breaksdown the best VR options and settings. Is there a link to any blogs or posts that will inform me?


    The product I have created looks incredible just wanting to have the same effect in VR if possible.

  • Here's our Knowledge base entry on VR with a few tips: https://enscape3d.com/knowledg…-virtual-reality-headset/

    Please be aware that we are currently working on VR, both the performance and quality. You might want to try the newest Enscape preview version that incorporates some of the improvements over time.

  • There is also a hack of sorts that I have read about with the Rift.

    Some information here at this link (I have not had time to try it with Enscape)

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  • Previews are available to everyone. You should see a notification when opening Revit or Sketchup whenever a new one comes out if you've activated that option in the [About] dialog of Enscape. You can access the preview versions via a link at the bottom of the Enscape download section.