Minimum System Requirements
- Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium or above
- Intel Core i5-2xxx "Sandy Bridge" or AMD FX-8XXX "Bulldozer" CPU or greater
- NVIDIA GTX 750 or AMD/ATI equivalent GPU with 2GB video RAM or better
- Minimum 8GB RAM
- Minimum 4GB free hard disk space
Recommended VR Specifications
- Windows 10
- Intel i7-6700 "Skylake" or AMD FX-9590 "Piledriver" CPU or greater
- NVIDIA GTX 980 / AMD R9 390X or higher with 4GB video RAM or greater
- 16GB RAM
For an example of a reccomended VR system please check out our hardware partner.
Why am I unable to connect to the server when installing Fuzor?
If you are receiving the error code "The server could not be contacted to verify your product key" it is likely that the machine being installed on does not have access to the internet. Fuzor contacts https://www.kalloctech.com to validate the product key. For Fuzor to complete its installation it must be able to access www.kalloctech.com via HTTPS. Please contact your network administrator to provide this access.
NOTE: If your network connects to the internet via a Proxy, please use "Use Proxy" under the product key text boxes.
Do you have VR Support?
Fuzor currently supports Oculus DK2 and CV1 as well as the HTC Vive and Google Cardboard for mobile devices. Since VR is constantly in development, we will be regularly updating our VR support to keep up with the current changes. Currently many of Fuzor's BIM and design features are disabled while in VR mode. However, we are working to bring more of these features into the VR environment.
Does my Revit version need to match my Fuzor version?
No, it does not. Fuzor will work with all supported versions of Revit or Archicad. For a list of supported versions click here (see note 2).
How can I run Fuzor more smoothly on an older slower machine?
Fuzor supports progressive rendering to ease navigation in larger files. To learn how to enable progressive rendering click on the following link: http://www.kalloctech.com/posts/list/0/234.page#292
Why is my screen white / black?
This is most likely a driver issue. Make sure your video drivers are up to date. If you are running on Oculus Rift runtime 0.6 or lower, be sure you are on Extended Mode (not Direct Mode). If the issue persists, please contact us.
Do you support Virtual Machines?
Virtual Machines are not supported.