I'm having a tough time getting the update 2.6 to work on my machine. Revit runs fine, but when I try to fire up Enscape, it takes a LOOOOONG time to render the initial camera and it seems to lock things up. When I try to move, things get worse and even the OS isn't manageable and very unstable. Any ideas what I should be testing for?
Hi, I'd like to comme
Enscape team, please let Phil Read comment/advise on the Oculus Go's potential in Architecture.
It could be EASILY passed around a boardroom during presentations... Perfect for ArchViz
The Go deserves special attention, since it is essentially a wireless VR display with a high resolution screen.
Architecture needs this functionality from a HMD, not 144hz in 6 DOF
It's entirely possible for Enscape to support BOTH headsets. The Go/Quest is so affordable, an arch firm giving a board some presentation should bring a handful of them for many people to use it simultaneously.
But, I do think that the ability to render high quality views with desktop power, and 6DOF does need to happen during the DESIGN process by architects and designers. Enscape is certainly part of that design team/process.
This definitely gets my upvote. I'm currently using the Vive Pro, but will be taking delivery of a Valve Index before June 28, 2019. So, I'd love to see a release around that time that includes that headset as well as the Valve Index Controllers.
Does Enscape need to release an update for the Revit plugin for the Valve Index, or is that something that will automatically happen via SteamVR?
If that's something that needs to be coded on the developer level, is it something that Enscape is planning on doing since the Valve Index will be shipping around June 15, 2019?