Available with Prospect Pro, the Project Library is the hub for managing your virtual reality experiences. From here you can save, export, delete, view and change settings per file.
Using the Project Library
Example of a Prospect Pro Project Library with multiple files saved for a later launch.
There are two types of files we can support, Drag and Drop and Plugin-based. We have separate articles that address specific requirements for each file type, especially OBJ.
Drag and Drop
Example of a Project Library while attempting to drag and drop a Sketchup file.
Revit (2014 - 2018)
Rhino 5 x64
Launching your File
1. Select Toggle Settings
The Auto-Launch toggle allows you to automatically jump into your model once Prospect is finished processing your model.
The Auto-Save toggle allows you to automatically save your model to the Project Library once Prospect is finished processing your model. This feature is helpful when you'd like to make sure your files are easily accessible within the Project Library.
2. Processing your file
3. Your file has launched!
When your file is launched, you'll first enter our Scale Model Mode.
You can enter the model by teleporting into it.
4. Exit with ESC Key / Relaunch or Close
You'll see this window when you save your model to the Project Library.
Prospect now supports loading all 3D Perspectives from Revit, Scenes from SketchUp, Viewpoints from Grasshopper, or Named Views from Rhino for a curated virtual tour. Learn more about Viewpoints here.
Exporting and Sharing your Models with Others
You can export your models and share them with team members. We dive deeper into that with
a simple step-by-step guide here.
Learn More takes you to our Knowledge Base where we document not only articles to help you get started but also archive Prospect case studies with immersive review workflows in the building industry.
Account Settings takes you to your account information on the IrisVR homepage.
There you'll find the personal information you provided during the sign-up process, as well as information on billing and trial periods.