NOMAD VR is a virtual reality visualization software developed at the NOMAD Center of Excellence.
It was developed to enable the visualization of chemical simulations and has also been successfully used for the visualization of flow simulations. In general, it can be useful to visualize volumetric data sets (including embedded particles) from different fields of knowledge.
The software is open source and uses the Apache 2.0 license.
The software runs in the LRZ CAVE and PowerWall environments, in addition to HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Samsung GearVR and Google Cardboard (for iOS and Android).
More information (examples, screenshots, manual, tutorials) can be found here.
More information with LRZ reference can be found here.