Create, edit and share on desktops, mobile tablets, smartphones and advanced VR glasses.
Import your 3D
You can import 3d models from popular software packages in FBX, OBJ, DAE and 3DS format.
Persistent positioning in AR and geolocated sunlight.
Leave annotations, sketch drawings and make screenshots.
Walk around the objects and inspect them from every angle.
No matter if it’s a new wardrobe or wind turbine. Feel it’s real size.
Change lighting, texturing and object attributes on the fly.
Key features in development
Available for beta users to test
Join an online session in one space with even 100 concurrent users.
Present and collaborate on your projects using Apple mobile tablets and smartphones.
Import your models to Virtualist in the native SKP file format and with one click from SketchUp.
“Amazing!”Bruno Pinheiro3D & Innovation Specialist
“Helps understand client's needs & enables efficient sales.”Lukas GalasinskiProject Lead, Skanska
“Replaced my week of phonecalls with client with one hour of design review.”Paul SklodowskiPartner at _Space Architects
Frequently asked questions
When will Beta be over?
We are working hard to release the full commercial version of the app in the second quarter of the 2019 (Q2 2019).
Why do you charge for beta?
Virtualist is available to download and start using today and it already provides incredible value to our users. It helps us finance the development and ensures we keep focus on feedback from our customers.
What if I won’t renew my subscription?
If you won’t continue your subscription it will expire and your scenes won’t be available to You or anyone else who You’ve shared it with. It will be stored for 3 months just in case You decide to renew it later.
What happens after Beta?
We will start charging higher subscription fees based on the disk usage and access to specific features. You will keep your price, your cloud storage and support level until the end of your subscription period.
Will my clients have to pay?
If your planning to just show your scenes for users to view – no. If your users are going to collaborate, leave notes, move furniture and objects around – they require separate account that you or them can buy.