Virtual reality is more demanding of your computer than regular apps. It’s important to us that you stay comfortable and productive while using Softspace, which means having the right hardware.
We also know that not everybody has or wants an expensive gaming PC. That’s why we’ve carefully optimized Softspace to run smoothly on computers that creative people already use, but which may not meet conventional requirements for virtual reality.
2GHz Dual-Core CPU
AMD Radeon Pro 460 GPU
e.g. 2016 15” MacBook Pro
2GHz Quad-Core CPU
AMD Radeon Pro 580 GPU
e.g. 2017 27” iMac
To use Softspace, your computer needs to have Windows 10 and SteamVR installed. You’ll also need drivers for your hardware, including GPU and virtual reality headset. These should be readily available on your hardware’s manufacturer websites.
To run Softspace on a Mac, you’ll need to install Windows 10 using Apple’s Boot Camp feature. Please note that some virtual reality hardware manufacturers, such as Oculus, do not officially support Apple hardware. You may need to install third party software to use these headsets on Mac.