Thank you so much for the prompt reply. Yes, it is different headsets on the same wifi network that I had in mind- apologies.
Your described scenario works a treat, by the way. The difference between your scenario and mine would therefore be additional headsets with no editing rights.
Also, I am moving away from the Wild, which I have been using for nearly 2 years now and, having just discovered your product, you may be the one to move to. I would tho’ miss the ability to edit models in the cloud collaborative environment. Again, the behaviour would be as in the direct collaborative scenario described above (one editor only, i.e. paid subscribers) and guests with no editing rights i.e. free subscription) If this came with the ability to save a collaboration session (as a model with a different name) would be a bonus, and so would having the ability as editor to move between VR headset and a computer during the collaboration session (essentially a direct collaboration scenario in parallel with the one in the cloud). I hope this makes sense.
With regards to ‘usually we find that it is not really needed because doing accidental changes in VR requires quite a few steps’ in my experience with the wild, the fewer the options for the clients (guests), the better as they tend not to be as ‘computer literate’ as the architect and they can very easily be overwhelmed by a busy interface. So, the simpler the interface, the more likely the clients are to come back in VR. Of course, having access to some basic tools (such as taking dimensions or changing the time of day) would be essential.
Would any of this be feasible? Thank you!