DBrennfoerder wrote:It's really pretty clever. I was wondering how to walk around, but there is a dot in the middle of the screen that functions as a "go to" target identifier. So if I'm inside a large auditorium of a church I've designed, I put the marker on the stage by a worship leader, and in a second the software has reconfigured the perspective and I'm standing on stage looking at the audience. Outside, I can see an advantage to placing "viewing stands" in 3d space to use for viewpoints. Picking points on a parking lot is very easy and I can look around at a campus of buildings very nicely. For a higher viewpoint, I just put the target on a parking lot light and the viewpoint moved to up there.
Kubity is free and the headset is only $15. Give it a try.
Thanks for the feedback! I'm anxious to see what the paid version of Kubity brings to the table. The development so far has been promising.
I am getting annoyed having to renew the models every seven days but a the current price I really can't complain to much.