I know what you mean i’ve been using this combo to build furniture, arcade cabinets, VR hotas seats, simrigs etc for at least a year now.
I also modeled my entire basement to scale before VR sketch was a thing, then afterward when VR sketch was release i went in to my model in VR and lined it up with real life and wow it was almost like AR.
It’s VR’s little secret , as the author seems to be not very public about it’s existence while he works on it.
I keep getting $0 receipts for it since it’s free for now, but I fear the day he puts a price tag on VR Sketch. I hope he doesn’t price it absurdly like fusion 360 or other CAD software. Or even worse follow this trend of monthly subscription fee. Because I would be very angry.
The Quest version is even better than the Pimax because it has hand tracking support and its wireless.
I remember my wife wanted me to build a custom piece of furniture but was unsure about how it would look. I modelled it and showed it to her in the bedroom upstairs where she planned to put it , on quest and she was blown away that she could walk around it and decide if the height was good etc.
What’s really cool is that almost everything you can see in the IKEA catalog is downloadable to scale on the workshop so you can really interior design everything.
Now if only oculus will enable developers to utilize passthrough with apps. It would be AR heaven.