The Google Cardboard makes virtual reality (VR) accessible to everyone. By simply mounting a smartphone into the foldable, cardboard headset, anyone can immerse themselves in virtual reality.

Google Cardboard works with IrisVR’s mobile app, Scope, which allows users to view and share 360° panoramas. These panoramas can be captured in Prospect software or rendered with V-Ray, OctaneRender, Lumion, Corona Renderer, and other programs. Then, panoramas can be uploaded into Scope and shared with others to be viewed online or in VR.

This encourages fast and easy collaboration between different teams and disciplines, including architects, engineers, and your construction team.