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Quick Response Virtual Reality

qrVR[kju: a: vi: a:] n.,hyper-file format to share and visualize 3D

How does it work?

Convert, Share & Visualize
your SketchUp models

In a few seconds convert any .skp to qrVR. Share all models with anyone and explore them on your iPhone/iPad ,Android and in Virtual Reality.

qrVR devices

Convert your SketchUp models to a read only, multi-device format

Go to qrvr.io



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qrVR Devices

Share instantly any model via WhatsApp, Email, Facebook, Twitter and even embed it on a blog or website.

Scan the QR code of your model on qrvr.io using the mobile app to get the model on your phone. Or scan any model's QR code from one phone to another.

All models are designed to self destruct over time.


Visualize Everywhere

Carry all your models in your pocket by simply downloading the free qrVR app for iPhone/iPad and Android

Kubity on computer and mobile

The Exporter for SketchUp

Kubity Exporter for SketchUpThe qrVR Exporter is the perfect shortcut to see all your SketchUp models in Virtual Reality with just one click.

In a few seconds convert any .skp to qrVR. Share all models with anyone and explore them on your iPhone/iPad ,Android and in Virtual Reality. See them in VR with just one click.

VR in SketchUp with Kubity

This plugin enables the "Export to qrVR" option in SketchUp and allows you to seamlessly share and visualize with the qrVR app. Just click on the qrVR button and your model will be automatically converted.

After each conversion you will get a Model Card(PDF that generates once you convert a model). Scan the generated QR code with the qrVR app on your phone or tablet(it's a free download from the App Store or Google Play). You can also click on the URL in the model card: it will open the qrVR model in the browser.

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To experience any SketchUp model in Virtual Reality, you need a Google Cardboard. It is an easy to use, compact and affordable Virtual Reality headset that lets you immerse in your 3D models and Explore them closely.

To learn more watch this video: From SketchUp to VR