Touring Models in Virtual Reality

Embracing the future of digital visualization, Virtual Reality (VR) has emerged as a transformative tool in the realm of architectural design and property viewing. For Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), VR provides an immersive, interactive, and highly detailed platform for potential buyers, homeowners, and contractors to explore and experience models like never before.


True-to-Life Experience: VR provides a true-to-life experience that goes beyond traditional 2D blueprints or 3D models viewed on a screen. This level of immersion helps users to better understand the spatial dynamics of the ADU, ensuring that their expectations align with reality.

Enhanced Decision-Making: The comprehensive understanding gained through VR tours aids significantly in the decision-making process. Users can confidently make choices about design, space utilization, and model selection, reducing the likelihood of costly changes or dissatisfaction post-construction.

Time and Cost Efficiency: VR tours can be accessed from anywhere, reducing the need for physical site visits and speeding up the evaluation and decision-making process. This efficiency not only saves time but also contributes to cost savings throughout the project.

Remote Accessibility: Potential buyers or stakeholders who are not able to visit the site in person can still enjoy a comprehensive tour of the ADU model via VR, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility. This global accessibility widens the market reach and ensures that distance is not a barrier to engagement.

High Level of Customization: VR environments can be easily modified and updated, allowing for a high level of customization in showcasing different design options and configurations. Users can experiment with different finishes, materials, and layouts, viewing the changes in real-time.


Realistic and Immersive Visualization: VR technology enables the creation of a fully immersive 3D environment where users can explore ADU models in extensive detail. Users wear a VR headset that transports them into a virtual world, providing a 360-degree view of the ADU model as if they were physically present.

Interactive and User-Centric Experience: Within the VR environment, users can navigate through the ADU, exploring different rooms, spaces, and design features. The interactive nature of VR allows users to engage with the environment, opening doors, switching lights on and off, and even modifying elements of the design in real-time.
Have any questions?

Common Questions

What headset do I need for this?

We recommend the Oculus Quest 2, but any of the major headsets will work

What if I don't have a headset?

Ohana has a headset rental program available. Please contact us to find out more about our headset rental program.

Is this a Matterport experience?

No, Matterports capture what is already built. Ohana VR experiences are to show you what could be built.

Is this a 360° / panorama image?

No, Ohana VR experiences are 3D models shown in virtual reality. We us 3D models, not 360° images because it give the user a more realistic interactive experience.