If you would like to see your image data in virtual reality (VR), check out ConfocalVR, free to not-for-profits. Download from here: https://www.immsci.com/confocalvr-download/ . It requires a good VR system (i.e., Vive, Rift, WMR) and a good GPU (>= NVIDIA 1070). You will be immersed.
Greetings! Nice work!! We have also developed VR for light-sheet imaging. Please check our paper via https://insight.jci.org/articles/view/97180.
Greetings and nice work to you too!! It looks like you focused on an approach that let you use cell phone-based VR. That certainly gives you a much bigger potential impact than mine. Because I wanted to render the raw 3D image stacks, as volume elements, not surface polygons, I needed to stay with GPU based VR systems like Vive, Rift, and WMR. Certainly room for both approaches.
Did you have a chance to download ConfocalVR and try it out?
ImmSci.com has a Version 2 of ConfocalVR now available for sale, so if that is of interest to you, just let me know and I can send you more info or a formal quote.
All the best,
I would love to, but I do not have a Rift or other headsets on hand. I will prepare some .nii files and get a headset for it