VR/AR Options for the Vectorworks Designer

Virtual Reality is proving to be an increasingly accessible and desirable tool for 3D Visualization. As a designer with a Vectorworks background, there are several different ways to step into the VR/AR space, including 360 renderings, stereoscopic video, and interactive VR & AR apps. Each option has its pros and cons. Read on to findContinue Reading “VR/AR Options for the Vectorworks Designer”

Vectorworks Export to 360 Panorama

The Vectorworks Export to Panorama option exports all visible objects in all design layers into one 360 image. It uses the internal origin as the camera. You can choose your favorite renderworks style/mode, choose a standard resolution from a few dropdown options, and obtain a shareable link for distribution to teammates & clients.  There areContinue Reading “Vectorworks Export to 360 Panorama”

Animated Screen VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images

Create an animated 360 video with a stationary camera for use on youtube, facebook, vimeo and  Samsung Gear VR. We will create a static environment with moving images/ stock video on screens. Then we will render out image sequences using Cinema 4D baked texture tags and compose in After Effects using a top and bottomContinue Reading “Animated Screen VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images”

Static VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images

Create a 360 video with a stationary camera for use on youtube, facebook, vimeo and even the Samsung Gear VR (see “Hack” in post footer). In about 45 minutes (not including render time) we will bake 360 images in Cinema 4D Lite and compose them in After Effects to create a top and bottom stereoscopic video.Continue Reading “Static VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images”