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Samuel Arsenault-Brassard

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  • Hi Sam, Is this still the case? Will our frosted glass be ignored?   Thank you! Samuel

  • Since Revit keeps point clouds, but not meshed representations of them, it would be sweet for IrisVr to support raw point clouds somehow. Perhaps in the future they could incorporate another softwa...

  • How is this coming along? From what I hear the Go has great optics and comfort and makes for a better user experience than the GearVR. It is also significantly cheaper, allowing for effective inves...

  • Please DO bother me during my vacation! :) I have more free time to think about things that interest me like this. I have not used ghost mode, I will have to try it. It sounds like it would solve t...

  • I am using an Oculus Rift with a 1080 at the moment. We will be using a 1080Ti in a few month or the next generation NVIDIA card if it ever gets released. I am on vacation for another week, so feel...

  • Sounds good! I think a very flexible height cursor can fill the needs of most designers. A wheelchair mode would be even greater!. But this is certainly an exciting field to look into where you onl...

  • Thanks Sam, Beyond the section ball/cube, I was thinking that it could be useful to have something similar to the section box in Revit. Whether you are in "model mode" or "human mode" as ling as yo...

  • Looking forward to the next iteration of the design room. I would love to be able to model the design room of our firm or of our project. I've seen a great example where a conference room in the Re...

  • You're welcome Sam, By the way, my friend made a hackaton projects a few years ago. They placed two cheap cellphones with accelerometer on the wheels of a used wheelchair. With a very simple code, ...

  • Hi Hari, Give us a wheelchair that cannot go through walls and generally works like a wheelchair. For example, moving the left and right thumbnails move the left and right wheels. So designers have...