Scope - 3D Panoramas in VR

3.9
66 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

IrisVR's Scope app lets you view VR panoramas on your phone using Google Cardboard. This app fully supports various images generated with V-Ray, Lumion, Autodesk A360, Corona Render, Ricoh Theta and more!

No sign-up is required in order to use this app. Scope includes beautiful demo content created by several Project Soane winners.

You can use the Scope app to view panoramas that have been shared with you by other Scope users via a shared code.

If you’d like to upload your own panoramas, you will need to create an account at www.irisvr.com. Once logged in, you can begin your 21-day trial of the Scope Library which makes it easy for you to upload, share, and manage rendered panoramas. In the Scope app you'll be able to download and view those images easily.

Don't have a Google Cardboard?
Order one at http://www.imcardboard.com/ and use IRISVR as your discount code to save 10% on any order.

You can learn more about panoramas and the Scope app at http://bit.ly/2eMFZtm

If you’d like to learn more about Project Soane please visit www.projectsoane.com

Our store listing features images by Bertrand Benoit, rendered with Chaos Group's V-ray.
Updated on
Oct 3, 2018

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3.9
66 reviews
A Google user
February 15, 2019
can't download past 12.2mg every time. impossible to download
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A Google user
October 24, 2018
I didn't like it
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IrisVR, Inc.
October 24, 2018
Hi Stefano - thanks for your feedback and sorry to hear that you didn't like Scope Pro - anything is particular that you expected to see that we did not offer?
A Google user
May 9, 2017
This does not work for my gear vr. i dont see where to put in your redeem code. the app does not have a VR dropdown to select my gearvr device.
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IrisVR, Inc.
June 2, 2017
Hi Pablo - thanks for your feedback. To setup the GearVR app, you have to go through the Oculus app store where it will ask you for the code. If you received a code from us there is also a link with instructions on how to setup step by step. We are also happy to help you if you have questions! Support@irisvr.com :)

What's new

- Fixed an issue where new panoramas in a public set couldn't be downloaded