This tutorial will show how you can convert your Revit models into VR walkthroughs on Quest 2.
A few important points:
- Models are uploaded to the cloud via a plug-in directly from Revit
- The upload process usually takes 3-15 minutes depending on model's complexity
- You will see a success screen once models are uploaded and receive an email
- Download the SENTIO VR app on the Quest 2 and note your 6-digit code for the VR walkthrough
Compatible with Revit ( 2018 - 2023 )
Revit LT is not compatible as it does not allow exporting models via 3rd party plugins
Use the download link below and make sure you close Revit before installing the plugin
Download SENTIO VR Plug-in for Revit
You will need a SENTIO VR account to use the plugin. If you haven't signed up yet, please do so using this link. If you have already created an account, log in using your credentials
The plugin exports the entire model geometry, materials & textures to the cloud for the VR experience. By selecting 3D views here, you will still export the entire model but will also be able to access these views easily from the VR menu for a smoother presentation experience. We recommend you select the relevant views.
Now, select the project where you want the model to be saved after uploading to keep your content organized.
Wait for a few minutes till you see the Success screen at the end of the process. It usually takes 3-15 minutes to upload models depending on its complexity & upload speed.
Once you see the Success screen at the end of the process, all you need is to enter your unique 6 digit code to view your model in VR. To note the 6 digit code for your account, click on this icon in the plugin.
You can now enter your 6 digit code in the SENTIO VR Quest 2 App & walkthrough your model in 1:1 scale with all the geometry, materials & textures imported correctly. Below is a screenshot of how models are presented in a Dollhouse view before exploring in detail.
The video below shows step-by-step instructions to view your REVIT Models in VR
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Updated 4 months ago