Verto Studio VR
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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.
Steam ($19.99): https://store.steampowered.com/app/647810/Verto_Studio_VR/
Oculus Store ($13.99): https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/3595480007166275/
User Guide: https://vertostudio.com/pub/guide_vr.pdf
Tutorial - 3D Modeling a Floating House: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBHIIHL0_7g
From Steam app description:
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