The last few weeks, I had the opportunity to create a virtual reality kitchen for a Google Cardboard test project. I got the data from a kitchen planing software imported it in Blender and my job was to create the materials, adding some kitchen objects and render it in 4K (4096×2048) 360° stereo 3d.
So you can view the whole kitchen, I created 5 renderings from different angles. I had to do a lot of tests with the render setting because the render times were awful but I found a good way to render it “fast” and nice (noise less) quality.
You can view the the kitchen on you desktop, on your smartphone (much better experience) and with a Google Cardboard (in stereo 3D) with the best experience.
Hope you like it!
I feel obliged to comment that think the term 'VR' is often used a bit too liberally - to me it implies freedom of movement. While this is a great example of a stereoscopic experience, I don't think it would qualify as VR. What do you think?