Virtual Reality

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We deliver virtual reality experiences with and without download. In this article you will learn how to explore spaces in VR.


1. Web browser based VR

2. VR for Oculus

3. Navigation with VR headsets


Virtual reality (VR) makes it possible to immerse yourself completely in virtual worlds. Special glasses or headsets are used to realize this kind of experience.

Our applications support both WebXR (directly in the browser) and the VR system from Oculus (app download).


Web browser based VR

With WebXR you can experience VR spaces directly in the browser. All common VR systems are supported.

1. Open the 3D Space Viewer of the space you want to visit.

2. Connect a VR headset to your PC. If your browser supports WebXR, it will usually identify your VR headset automatically.

3. Click the VR button at the bottom right, and then click Next.

PS: The 3D Product Viewer also supports VR headsets via the browser. The procedure is the same here. For example, you can grab products, rotate them and view them in detail.


VR for Oculus

If you are using an Oculus Quest 2 headset, you can experience VR spaces in even better quality. We offer a free Oculus app for this purpose.

1. Download the rooom app from the Oculus Quest 2 Store (App Lab).

2. Open the app and log in with a PIN or your rooom account.

  • PIN: To access a space, you must enter a six-digit PIN. You will receive this PIN from the owner of the virtual space.
  • Account: When you log in with your account data (email and password), you can enter the spaces in your own account and also edit them in VR.

3. The B key can be used to call up the pause menu.


Navigation with VR headsets

You can use the controls on your headset to navigate in VR mode. This is applicable for both WebVR and Oculus.

  • Look around: Turn your head to look around.
  • Move: Use the joystick or controller to move around. If available, you can also use the navigation points on the ground.
  • You can also use the right trigger to teleport to a selected location or change the perspective.

Please note that content such as business cards, links or videos are not available in VR mode.

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