Technical Requirements

The following recommendations and requirements are for any system running Vizible Presentation Designer, Vizible Presenter, or Vizible Attendee.

The following recommendations and requirements are for any system running Vizible Presentation Designer, Vizible presenter, or Vizible attendee.

To attend Vizible sessions, you can use either a desktop PC with no headset, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, or WorldViz Projection VR system.

Hardware Requirements

Minimum

  • Operating system: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 (requires a 64bit OS)
  • CPU: Intel™ Core™ i5-4590 or AMD FX™ 8350, equivalent or better
  • Memory:  4 GBGPU - GTX 1060
  • Hard drive:  1.8 GB free

You may also want to take a look at the requirements/recommendations for your specific headset.

HTC Vive minimum specs

Oculus minimum specs

Network Requirements

Firewalls

Your firewall should allow outbound connections to the following ports:

  • 443 TCP
  • 46889 TCP/UDP

Connection Quality

Vizible requires a fast and reliable Internet connection. At a minimum, we suggest 5 Mbps upload/download per user and a latency (or “ping”) of less than 30ms.


Advanced Network Configuration

Server Addresses

Customers in secure environments may require their firewalls to be locked down so that Vizible connections are permitted only to specific IP addresses.

Here are the addresses used by port 46889 Vizible client/server communication:

HTTPS requests over port 443 are made to the following hosts:

  • North America: vizible.worldviz.com
  • European Union: vizible-eu.worldviz.com
  • Asia: vizible-ap.worldviz.com

Fallback Ports

In the event that Vizible cannot connect via port 46889, it will attempt other ports as a fallback mechanism. This includes port 443 UDP/TCP. If port 46889 cannot be opened, this port may be opened on a firewall instead.

Appliance Configuration

The Vizible appliance is a hardware device that allows organization to run their own copy of Vizible on their local network. It does not require external access to the Vizible cloud servers.

The appliance operates locally on the following ports:

  • 46889 TCP/UDP
  • 8080 TCP
  • 8081 TCP (management interface)
  • 1900 UDP ( service discovery)

Clients require the following ports to be open for service discovery:

  • 1900 UDP inbound