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Making VR Productive

Take your VR experience beyond visualization with Fuzor's VR capabilities. Have a look below and see how Fuzor can add productivity to your VR experience.

Intuitive VR Menu

Our tab-style floating VR menu format makes accessing your VR features fast and intuitive, whether you use Oculus Rift or HTC Vive. Switch VR render modes, make changes, check element properties and more, all while fully immersed in your project.

Interactive VR Mini-map Navigation

For ease of navigation we've incorporated our interactive mini-map into the VR menu, letting you navigate you project like never before. Jump instantly to any point or level on the map with the press of a button.

VR Changes

Make changes in VR. Navigate your project and move and delete objects, change daylight and VR render settings and more.

Take Live Measurements in VR

Have you ever wanted to take measurements while in VR? With Fuzor you can. Check clearances, measure objects, check for available space and more while fully immersed in your project with Fuzor's live VR measurement capability.

Operator Mode

Fuzor introduces Operator Mode, letting you respond to client and reviewer VR feedback in real time. Let your client or reviewer explore your project in VR and make thier proposed changes as they watch, all from the same console.

4D Construction Sequence in VR

With Fuzor you can actively navigate your 4D construction sequence in VR. Watch as your project builds up around you and inspect for safety issues throughout the full course of construction.

A Closer Look at VR

How does Fuzor fit in?

Fuzor's VR capabilities provide you with a better understanding of spatial relationships by letting you explore your designs from every angle and giving you a more tangible sense of proportion.

Changes to your design are instantly viewable in VR. You can also make changes in VR that can be sent back to your authoring tools.

But the greatest Benefit of VR is that it allows you to visualize the future of your design in a new light:

  •  Case 1:
  • An architect had a meeting with their client to review plans for what would soon be their new home. To make the experience more immersive, they let their client explore the project in Fuzor using Oculus Rift. Expecting comments about furniture or layout, they were surprised to hear their client ask if a study area for his children could be incorporated into their design in such a way as he could overlook it to be sure they were studying.
  •  Case 2:
  • Another architect had a client who was set on including a steeply angled roof into their project. The architect complied but asked if they would like to take a tour of the project before making a final decision. After spending a few minutes with avatar navigation, the client realized that as stylistic as the roof may have been, it created head room issues in certain areas.

Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality, or AR, takes VR a step beyond, integrating the virtual and the real. Virtual elements are overlaid onto a real-space environment, helping you visualize where a project has been and where it's going. With AR, objects and buildings can be placed in their proper location to simulate real-world conditions and help you visualize your project's full potential. Like VR, AR helps adapt and respond to change and goes a step further by virtually placing those changes into real-world locations and scenarios, helping you see potential benefits and issues that no simulation can reproduce.

Currently Supported Devices

Presently Fuzor supports Oculus Rift and HTC Vive integration for our PC version as well as supporting Google Cardboard on Fuzor Mobile.

Once fully loaded, your Fuzor model is VR-ready. Viewing your project is as simple as selecting Virtual Reality mode and donning your VR headset. Your VR equipment will track your motion as you traverse your model, letting you visualize your project from every conceivable angle. Fuzor sports two VR modes:

  • Draft Mode - Draft Mode was designed for maximized VR navigability and design fluidity. Simply enter VR from Abstract Mode for smooth seamless VR performance.
  • Realistic Mode - For a more refined VR experience try Realistic Mode to explore your fully detailed model.

Fuzor also accomodates outside viewers while in VR by displaying your VR headset view on your monitor in full screen.

Google Cardboard offers equally intuitive VR navigation for Fuzor Mobile. Simply activate Cardboard Mode with the touch of an icon, snap your mobile device into a Google Cardboard or Cardboard compatible headset and have a look around! Fuzor Mobile will track your head's position using your mobile device's internal sensors. Our interface even allows for the use of external bluetooth controllers, meaning your project is fully navigable, even on your mobile device.