The Panorama Mode in Lumion 6.5.1, allows you to create VR renders – a capability first introduced in Lumion 6.3. The process of creating the renders involves first selecting the locations that you’d like to render. The short video below shows you how.
Above: Creating Panorama locations in Lumion
Rendering your VR outputs for Oculus or GearVR is simple … check out how below.
Above: Rendering Panorama locations as VR outputs
When you render multiple locations in your scene to a VR output, each of these will be viewable on your compatible Samsung phone, through your GearVR. But maybe you want to show these in a specific order to your client. That’s easy! You can arrange GearVR images so they appear in a pre-determined sequence just by following these 3 steps:
1) Rename your images by adding a number to them e.g. 01_Name.jpg, 02_Name.jpg etc. You can also use the same naming scheme for each location in Lumion, before starting to render them.
2) Place them in a sub-folder in the 360Photos folder on your GearVR-compatible Samsung phone.
3) Cycle through the panoramas with the touchpad on the right side of the Samsung GearVR headset.
If you want to know more about creating
VR outputs from Lumion, specific tutorials are available here.