It is evident the VR industry direly needs more content. Getting people to create virtual reality experiences has been an ongoing struggle. Even so, it seems IrisVR is making a positive impact in this regard. Users have created tens of thousands of VR experiences using this particular company’s tools. These creations have been made across 105 countries around the world, which further confirms the global interest.
The Success Story of IrisVR
IrisVR is often considered to be the global leader for immersive design review and collaboration tools. As such, it is important the company pays attention to immersive technologies. Virtual reality technology is of keen interest to the company. Ever since launching the Prospect tool, professionals can easily create true to scale designs of any existing 3D model.
This tool has been around for some time now and attracted attention from a lot of companies. IrisVR has upped the game by enabling VR functionality in 2017. This switch has been well-received by a lot of companies looking to improve their position on the market and embracing newer technologies. IrisVR’s proprietary Multiuser technology allows users to conduct review meetings in VR, which is another valuable addition to this existing software.
pb2 Architecture + engineer’s Ben Steinert comments as follows:
“IrisVR provides the simplest and fastest solutions that I have found for stepping into a design during the early stages. The attention to detail that is paid to VR development fundamentals is also outstanding when compared to IrisVR’s peers. Being able to lock in the framerate with clear visual amenities so smoothly and seamlessly.”
With over 100,000 VR experiences created through these tools, the future looks rather promising. The global interest in this tool should not be underestimated. Designers form over 100 countries have taken a keen interest in this technology a sit allows for a lot of new opportunities. Even so, there is still a long way to go. The recent Prospect 2.1 upgrade lets people join existing meetings without a VR headset, which is a good way to achieve future growth and use.
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