➡️ Before getting started, you'll need to download the Kubity VR companion app on your supported mobile device.
💡 For a full list of Kubity VR compatible devices, click here.
👀 Looking for information about Oculus Rift or HTC Vive? Check out the dedicated desktop VR page.
Exploring a model in Kubity VR
Magic Window mode
Kubity VR is automatically set to open in Magic Window VR mode. Magic Window allows you to view 360º content without a VR headset by rendering a single monoscopic view of a 3D scene that is updated based on the device's orientation sensor. In this way the device's screen acts as a seemingly magic "window" that allows you to experience the 3D ✨
Cardboard VR mode
Kubity VR also works in Cardboard VR mode with a low-cost, simple head-mount mobile VR viewer like Google Cardboard. To put Kubity VR in Cardboard VR mode, simply click the Cardboard icon in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.
Once the model is in Cardboard VR mode, simply place your phone inside your viewer and start exploring.
To navigate within the model in Cardboard mode, you can use several technologies:
Cardboard Viewer controls
Use the button on the upper right of the Cardboard viewer to navigate step-by-step. You can also use Cardboard compatible devices (like clip-on style VR glasses) that allow you to touch the screen to navigate.
Gaze & Go
Gaze & Go is is a great way to go long distances and perform tedious movements (like walking up stairs) with ease. It's also a great way to get inside the model if it has a roof and no other entryways.
Exploring 3D models in VR is easy and intuitive. But sometimes, it’s more practical (and fun) to use a handheld gaming controller. Kubity VR is compatible with the SteelSeries Stratus XL for Android and the SteelSeries Nimbus for iPhone/ iPad.
Walk Mode (SteelSeries Nimbus)
Walk Mode (SteelSeries Stratus XL)
Using Gaze & Go
Enabling Gaze & Go allows you to teleport long distances in your model, and easily move if your VR glasses do not have buttons.
- Click the 'Settings' icon on the Kubity VR homescreen.
2. Move the slider over to enable Gaze & Go.
If you feel to tall or too short in VR mode, adjust the height for a more personalized experience. Click the Settings 'Gear' icon from the main menu screen, then use the + or - buttons to adjust the height to your preference.
The toolbar allows one-tap access to the most important features including Clay Mode, Walk, Cinematic Tour, Cardboard VR, and Snap to take a photo of your VR scene.
💡For more helpful hints on how to use Kubity VR, simply click the '?' icon in the app.