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Compatible 3D Content

What kind of VR content does Sentio work with ?

To create VR experiences, content can be broadly divided into two types. Depending on your goals & factors like time, cost & hardware, you can decide which content to use for your VR presentation. * 360 renders exported from 3D model * Direct upload of 3D model [block:parameters] { "data": { "h-0": "Type", "h-1": "Software", "h-2": "360 Renders", "0-0": "3D modeling software", "0-1": "Sketchup", "1-0": "3D modeling software", "2-0": "3D modeling software", "3-0": "3D modeling software", "1-1": "Autodesk Revit", "2-1": "Autodesk 3ds Max", "3-1": "Cinema 4D", "4-0": "Rendering engine", "4-1": "Lumion", "h-3": "Plug-in", "0-2": "Yes", "0-3": "[Download](https://extensions.sketchup.com/en/content/sentio)", "1-2": "Yes", "1-3": "In development", "2-2": "Yes", "2-3": "In development", "3-2": "Yes", "3-3": "In development", "4-2": "Yes", "4-3": "" }, "cols": 4, "rows": 5 } [/block] ##360 Images The images can be created using modeling softwares like 3DS Max, Revit, Sketchup etc. The benefits are that it gives a very quick and easy way for your client to understand the space & give you feedback. They can look around and with stereoscopic images, they can also get more immersive experience due to the depth perception. The limitations are that clients cannot "walk" inside the space & can move from one point to another using gaze. Sentio supports all types of 360 renders: monoscopic & stereoscopic ##3D models With HMD devices like Oculus, HTC Vive & others, it is possible to "walk" inside a 3D model today using a joystick. For making deep analysis of the design, understanding spatial structure & scale, this can be a useful tool. However, the challenges of expensive hardware that is compatible with high-end PCs this can a time-consuming & expensive effort. **Currently, we support direct upload of Sketchup models only for viewing in VR**