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Oculus Rift

The powerfully immersive Oculus Rift headset is your best choice.

With the Oculus Rift, you can navigate your VR experience while sitting at your desk. The Rift is relatively easy to set up and automatically adjusts for user height, making it a great headset to move around and share.

The Oculus Rift is compatible with Prospect, meaning you can perform true-to-scale walkthroughs of SketchUp, Revit, Rhino, Navisworks, OBJ, and FBX files.
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HTC Vive

The HTC Vive offers immersive VR in a uniquely true-to-scale environment.

The Vive allows users to move around in VR, so you’re going to need at least 6.5 x 5 feet to work with. As it requires an involved set up process, it's best to keep your Vive in a VR-specific space.

The HTC Vive is compatible with Prospect, meaning you can perform true-to-scale walkthroughs of SketchUp, Revit, Rhino, Navisworks, OBJ, and FBX files.
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Windows MR

A headset running Windows MR is the best choice for you. We specifically recommend the Samsung Odyssey for Windows MR.

Windows MR platforms - like the Odyssey - offer inside-out tracking. This means you can have immersive VR experiences without setting up any external sensors. We recommend the Odyssey thanks to its integrated audio, screen and lens quality, and headset fit.

The Samsung Odyssey is compatible with Prospect, meaning you can perform true-to-scale walkthroughs of SketchUp, Revit, Rhino, Navisworks, OBJ, and FBX files.
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Samsung Gear VR

If you're looking to view 360 degree panoramas using a Samsung phone, GearVR is the perfect headset for you.

GearVR is affordable and weighs less than a pound. You can view panoramas rendered in Lumion, V-Ray, and more on Gear VR using the Scope app.
Oculus Go or Google Cardboard

For iPhone users interested in a mobile VR solution, Oculus Go and Google Cardboard are both great options.

At $199, Oculus Go offers a strong solution for 360 degree panoramas. iPhone is also compatible with Google Cardboard, a basic mobile viewer that allows users to view panoramas for under $10.
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Google Daydream View

The Daydream View is a perfect option for you. Paired with a compatible smartphone (like a Google Pixel, LG V30, or Moto Z2 Force), the Daydream View renders 360 degree panoramas.

Daydream View is affordable and weighs less than a pound. You can view panoramas rendered in Lumion, V-Ray, and more on your Daydream or Gear VR using the Scope app on a compatible smartphone.
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Google Cardboard

If you’re on a budget and want to view 360 degrees panoramas, Google Cardboard is perfect for you.

Starting at under $10, Cardboard is a great way to get started with VR. You can view panoramas rendered in Lumion, V-Ray, and more on your Cardboard using the Scope app and a compatible smartphone.
Oculus Go

Oculus Go is an affordable, mobile headset. It's suitable for viewing 360 degree panoramas. However, we do not recommend Oculus Go for walking through 3D designs in VR.

This is due to Oculus Go's low battery life, lack of freedom of movement, and limited computing power. These bottlenecks keep the Go from offering a truly immersive experience.
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