In this video, learn how to use a VR headset to allow for virtual reality experiences.
- [Narrator] I currently don't have a VR headset … to actually show off this functionality. … But I did want to mention that if you have … a good quality virtual reality headset, … there is an enable feature right here, … and by clicking on enable, … while having your VR headset connected to your computer, … you can then project the screen from Inscape … to your VR headset, what that means is that you will … then be looking inside the Inscape environment, … you'll be able to turn your head in one direction, … or another direction to be able to look from side to side. … You may be able to look straight up or look straight down. … Also, you could use a lot of those features … that come with your VR headset, such as the ability … to move forward or move backwards, … or I know that some VR headsets have a feature that would … be considered teleport where you can just point out here … click and suddenly you're standing over there … and you can look around, you can have all those capabilities …
- Starting Enscape from Revit
- Using the navigation tools
- Creating scenes
- Creating videos and panoramas
- Adding sound
- Exporting a project
- Setting exposure, depth of field, contrast, color, and more
- Adjusting rendering quality
- Adjusting settings in the Atmosphere and Capture tabs
- Adding fogs, wind, clouds, and more
- Customizing preferences and performance settings
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1. Enscape Basics
2. Creating Scenes
3. Visual Settings: Rendering an Image
4. Visual Settings: Atmosphere and Capture
5. General Settings
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