Cintoo VR - Recommended Specs

Created by John Tapia, Modified on Thu, 7 Mar at 7:28 PM by Nicholas Czarnick

*NOTE: There is a known issue with Firefox browser version 123.0 and newer that is preventing VR content from being displayed in some VR headsets that are tethered to a PC.

Cintoo streams high-resolution 3D meshes from each scan position in a WebGL-compatible browser, and you can move from scan to scan by clicking on the scan locations displayed with an icon. VR streaming is all about the same workflow: high resolution 3D meshes are streamed in a WebGL browser that is WebXR compatible, which will generate the 2 stereoscopic viewpoints that can been displayed via the VR app into the VR headset.

Added Value of Cintoo’s Technology for Virtual Reality

  • Highest possible resolution for the 3D mesh, coming from terrestrial laser scanners
  • Fast streaming of the 3D mesh from each scanning positions
  • Display modes: RGB, Surface, X-Ray
  • Streaming of the mixed scan data + BIM content with options to display them separately or together
  • Cloud-based or private-server-based solution for collaborative experiences

Recommended Configuration to run Cintoo’s VR Streaming feature

Supported VR Devices

  • Oculus Rift or Rift S with 2 touch controllers
  • HTC Vive, Vive Pro, Vive Pro 2 with 2 controllers
  • Meta Quest 1, Quest 2, or Quest 3 with 2 touch controllers (must be tethered to a VR-ready PC with a compatible USB-C cable)

Required Web browser

  • Mozilla Firefox (Version 122.0.1 or older)

Required software

  • Oculus desktop app (if using an Oculus/Meta device)
  • SteamVR desktop app (if using an HTC/Vive device)

VR-ready laptop or desktop

  • Equipped with a VR-ready graphics board (such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or better, or the equivalent from AMD)
  • HTC Vive provides detailed information about VR-Ready devices here:
    • You can also test your PC in this page by clicking on ‘Test my PC’.

If you are using Cintoo’s VR streaming with an Oculus/Meta VR headset, follow these instructions:

1. Install the Oculus desktop app:

2. Once installed, launch the Oculus desktop app, navigate to "Settings" > "General," and make sure "Unknown Sources" is enabled:

 If you are Cintoo’s VR streaming with an HTC/Vive VR headset, and are running into issues with SteamVR:

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