Launching Revit Files in Prospect
- Open your file in Revit.
- Create a 3D view of the portion of the model you would like to view in VR. IrisVR only loads the geometry that is visible in the 3D view, including crop boxes.
- Navigate to Add-Ins > View in VR
- Select your custom 3D view from the popup window.
- Enjoy your file in VR!
Materials and Textures
Prospect currently supports the diffuse color, diffuse texture, and tint of Autodesk Materials. To see an accurate preview of how your materials will appear in IrisVR, open up the Revit Material Browser and navigate to the "Appearance" tab.
Similarly to DWG or DXF, Prospect uses the American Institute of Architects Standard to map Revit Categories and Subcategories to layers. Toggling layers is an excellent way to focus on specific aspects of a design file such as MEP or landscaping.
Prospect supports linked Revit files and will include them if they are part of the Revit 3D view. Please note that Prospect works best with local files, so if you are having issues loading, try to detach from central and save locally.
Detail & Textures
Prospect supports a level of detail in-between "Medium" and "Fine" and brings in materials similar to how they would appear in the "Realistic" setting.
- Revit 2014 - 2018
- For Revit 2019 support, download Prospect from irisvr.com/downloads
To learn about additional features, check out this section of our knowledge base.
- Revit LT does not support third party plugins and as a result users of Revit LT are unable to run Prospect on their computers.