Cupix 3D tours can be viewed in VR mode on head mounted devices.  This allows you to navigate tours freely while experiencing improved immersion.

Compatible Head Mounted Displays (HMDs)

The HMDs listed in the table below are compatible with Cupix as of May 2019. This information may be subject to change at any time in the future without prior notice.

HMDDeviceBrowserController
HTC Vive*PC (Window 10)FirefoxSupported
Oculus Rift*PC (Window 10)FirefoxSupported
Google CardboardMobile Phone (Android)Chrome, Samsung InternetN/A (No separate controller for navigation; movement directed by facing certain direction)
Mobile Phone (iOS)Safari
Samsung Gear VRMobile Phone (iOS)Oculus BrowserSupported

Device Setup for Cupix VR Mode

Follow the instructions in the table below and to set up supported HMDs for use with the Cupix VR mode. For additional information, visit the HMD help center via the attached links.

HMDSetup
HTC Vive*Set up HTC Vive and Steam VR as instructed in the Steam VR Support.
Oculus Rift*First complete the software and hardware setup for the Oculus. Follow the instructions below to run Cupix 3D tours on the Oculus Rift.
  1. Open the Oculus app on your computer.
  2. Select Settings in the left menu.
  3. Select the General tab.
  4. Next to Unknown Sources, click to allow content from unknown sources.
Google Cardboard (Android)
  1. Open Google browser and type in ‘chrome://flags’ in the address bar.
  2. Search and enable ‘Gamepad Extensions’ and ‘WebVR’.
  3. Exit from ‘chrome://flags’ and type in your Cupix player URL.
  4. Turn on the VR mode and install ‘Google VR Services’.
Google Cardboard (iOS)Setup Google Cardboard as instructed in the Google Cardboard Support.
Samsung Gear VRSetup Samsung Gear VR as instructed in the Gear VR Support.

*Note: For laptops using NVIDIA chipsets, you must enable the discrete GPU. Go to the NVIDIA Control Panel > Load 3D Settings > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings tab, select Mozilla Firefox (firefox.exe) as the program to customize, and select “High-performance NVIDIA processor” as the preferred graphics processor.