Verto Studio VR

Page contributed by Beatrice Hoang


Verto Studio VR is a 3D modeling scene editor that runs entirely in VR. In addition to being able to generate simple mesh types such as planes, spheres, and toruses, you can import custom FBX, OBJ, DAE meshes into your scene and edit them with texturing and polygon tools, among others. Verto Studio VR is a standalone extension of the desktop application Verto Studio 3D.

Used concurrently with the desktop version, Verto Studio VR offeres two-user collaboration between a desktop user and a VR user. Taking turns, one user can edit a scene while the other observes.

With the latest version 2.5, Verto Studio can now be used as a programming environment for 3D scripts with VertoJS. Custom scripts can be applied to all Verto's applications, including VR. More information here.



Tutorial - 3D Modeling a Floating House:

Core Features

From Steam app description:

  • Create 3D scenes from scratch without the need for external computers or software.

  • Prefabs: Plane, Cube, Sphere, Torus, Cylinder, Sketch (draw in 3D), Terrain height map (image based), Text (supports custom ttf fonts)

  • Object edit mode: Rotate, Translate, Scale, Select entire objects and manipulate their transforms.

  • Includes real-world unit system for editing absolute position and scale of objects in meters.

  • Snap to grid, snap to vertex, snap to edge, snap to face

  • Low-Poly CSG (Union, Intersect, Subtract, Chisel)

  • Complete JS-powered scripting engine to extend Verto Studio with custom modeling/animation/experimental features.

  • Live polycount reduction (quadratic mesh simplification),

  • UV texcoord editing

  • Subdivide

  • Mesh smooth

  • Vertex weld

  • Grabbing objects & polygonal selections via grip buttons.

  • Teleport and Fly locomotion support

  • VR Skyboxes environments: Includes Blue sky, gray sky, light grey environments (or can be disabled).

  • Immersive VR (IVR) scale setting via simple control to easily dial in scale of entire scene.

  • Left-handed controller mode.

  • Multiple editable lights

  • Material editing: Phong, Reflective/refractive environment mapping, Bump mapping, Toon shading

  • Runs custom GLSL shaders created in other versions of the app

  • File importing: FBX, DAE, OBJ, and more

  • File Exporting: OBJ and vsxproj (Verto Studio)

  • Concurrent editing features (drop into desktop editor while in VR at the same time).

  • Export Verto Studio scenes to cloud drive.

  • Full-featured Desktop Mode allowing editing concurrent with VR viewer (two-user mode).

  • VR Voice Commands on Windows 10 "Edit", "Select All", "Delete", etc.

  • HoloPlay mirroring support for Looking Glass Displays

  • Complete file compatibility with the HoloLens, iOS, and Mac versions of Verto Studio 3D

  • and more!

System Requirements


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 x64 or Newer

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4590 equivalent or greater

  • Memory: 8 GB RAM

  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 480


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

  • OS: Windows 10

  • Processor: Intel Core i7 4770

  • Memory: 16 GB RAM

  • Graphics: GTX 980 equivalent

This application is available on Steam for PCVR-compatible headsets, including the Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift/Quest, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.

It is also available as an App Lab application on the Oculus store for Quest headsets.

The desktop version is available on Windows and Mac machines.

The application now supports Looking Glass Displays.

Verto Studio VR

Verto Studio Desktop in use with Looking Glass Display

Verto Studio used in AR