Omniverse View

Omniverse View

Omniverse View is an application that powers seamless collaborative design and immersive visualization of architectural and engineering projects and photorealistic rendering.

Real-Time Collaboration for Architects, Designers, and Engineers

Omniverse View, built on Omniverse Kit, enables users to collaboratively build, modify, and enhance a complex scene with physically accurate materials and leading-edge simulation tools. It’s a powerful tool for unifying the AEC production pipeline and giving teams ultimate flexibility in project review and ease of iteration.


Unite Your Tools

View can explore any data saved to Omniverse. Multiple designs can be imported and united in an interactive visualization through Omniverse Connectors for top design and visualization software, including Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max, McNeel & Associates Rhino, Trimble SketchUp, Blender, and Epic Games' Unreal Engine.


Iterate Hassle-Free

Work in a live, synchronous environment, or publish asynchronously—whatever your preference. Combine separate design files from different industry tools into one aggregated project and iterate freely and infinitely within the overarching project, or individual design documents. View takes care of tracking modifications and updating the combined project accordingly.


One Click to Share Anywhere

Getting to a fully interactive, rendered result has never been easier. Export photoreal renderings as high-fidelity images and 360-degree panoramas or high-quality captures with a movie tool.

Advanced Design Tools


Design with Ease

Stunning, photoreal visualizations are brush strokes away with View’s advanced design tools. Quickly, easily add design elements like trees, grass, or vegetation into a scene with the Paint tool. And translate existing assets you own or from populated View libraries of materials, skies, trees, and foliage.

Changing materials is fast and easy with the Material Mapping tool, allowing simple swaps without having to edit individual meshes.

The fully configurable Section tool enables swift and accurate visualizations of building interiors to evaluate details from floorplans to lighting schemes.


Make It Real

Omniverse View includes NVIDIA RTX Renderer—an advanced, multi-GPU enabled renderer that can output ultra-complex scenes in real time. The renderer features two modes: RTX-enabled ray tracing for lightning-fast performance, and path tracing for the highest-fidelity results. Throttle with the flip of a switch for fast navigation in massive scenes.

Coupled with NVIDIA vMaterials, based on MDL, View lets you create incredible, realistic visualizations at the speed of light. Designers can even expand the library of physically accurate materials by including their own MDL materials.

Omniverse Connectors to design apps such as Autodesk Revit also allow you to easily publish lights.

NVIDIA RTX Renderer-an advanced, multi-GPU enabled renderer
Omniverse View’s simulation tools


Bring It to Life

Breathe life into any scene with Omniverse View’s simulation tools for sun and skies, including procedural, dynamic clouds and animated sun studies. A collection of presets is available, and can be activated with the flip of a switch.

Any animation saved in Omniverse from connected applications can be replayed in View. The app also allows sun studies to be played as animation.

At Foster + Partners we are very keen on interoperability and have developed bespoke software aiming for seamless data-exchange workflows. We've been testing NVIDIA Omniverse and think it has the potential to be part of the solution toward collaborative design processes.

— Foster + Partners

At KPF, we’re constantly testing new applications that help us to engage with our clients. We see NVIDIA Omniverse as an application that will enable our real-time and collaborative requirements in one platform, changing the way we progress as a sustainable design practice.

— Cobus Bothma | Director, Applied Research | KPF

NVIDIA Omniverse is the first design collaboration platform we have seen built from the ground up to leverage modern GPU power to visualize the built environment. It will allow a new immersive and fully connected ecosystem for complex model federation and visualizations from multiple softwares.

— Robert Cervellione | Studio Leader - Design Technology | Woods Bagot

Get Started with Omniverse View

Omniverse View works on any NVIDIA RTX device—from the laptop to the data center. Download Omniverse to begin.

Get Started with Omniverse View


Download NVIDIA Omniverse and run the installation.

Download NVIDIA Omniverse


Once installed, open the Omniverse launcher.

Find View in the Apps section and click Install


Find View in the Apps section and click Install, then Launch.

System Requirements
Element Minimum Specifications
OS Supported Windows 10 64-bit
CPU Intel I7, AMD Ryzen
CPU Cores 4 or higher
RAM 16 GB or higher
Storage 500 GB or higher
VRAM 6 GB or higher
Min. Video Driver Version 455.28 (Linux), 456.71 (Windows)
Note: Omniverse is built to run on any RTX-powered machine. For ideal performance, we recommend using GeForce RTX 2080, Quadro RTX 5000, or higher. For latest drivers, visit here.


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