Re: Not sure the economics make sense for homeowners
Proper architecture software is already over $1000 per seat and real architects have been doing 3-D computer models for decades now. Getting the modeling software to export to a common filetype might take a while, but once it's integrated, it wouldn't cost any more than what they're already paying for it. Then you just buy some consumer level VR hardware for a few more peanuts so you can test it out. After an architectural firm has paid for everything else they need to do a high-quality job, the VR isn't going to be a big cost.