This release of Modus brings more models and a better experience for you and your clients with our new restricted controls. In the past, it's been difficult to prep a client for VR and at times, the sales experience has been distracting as clients accidentally move objects, delete objects, and open menus. Now you'll only need to show them a couple buttons and the controls won't draw the focus away from the room. We've kept it simple so you can spend less time prepping and more time showing them their future space. We hope you like it!
This release contains 5 new features and 2 bug fixes.
You can restrict a VR user's controls in one of two ways. The first is by selecting the settings icon in the top right of the 2D app and then checking the box in the popup window. Doing it this way makes Modus launch in restricted controls mode by default. This comes in handy if you have a designated client machine.
The second way to restrict controls is in VR through the home tab in the main menu. Select the User Controls button and then select the color of the VR user you want to restrict. Note that you can't restrict your own controls.
Two more things about restricted controls. First, any VR user with restricted controls enabled can use both controllers, but only needs one. If the other controller is off it won't be rendered in VR. This hopefully simplifies the client experience even more. Second, the color scheme of the VR user is a bit different for those with restricted controls enabled. The tips of the controllers as well as the strap on the headset will be colored.