I’ve got a Rift CV1 with a 1070 (and 970) on this system. I think it would be fun to work with Cinema4d in VR but I don’t know that I could do full projects with it. It’s more of a novelty like most things VR at this point.
I agree with a lot of the posts here. I had higher hopes when I first got my Rift but truthful it’s just something fun to tinker with for a little bit on the weekend. I haven’t played a game that made me want to use it for hours or daily yet. There was huge hype for VR while these things were still in pre-order stages and while the initial experiences are positive it has slowed down. I would love for AAA developers to truly support VR but currently the selection of things to try are very much lower budget indie titles. Not knocking indie development but I had hoped for some more quality title support by now. I am hoping the PSVR gets the motivation back since that will be more accessible to the general public rather than more devoted PC users who are more comfortable spending hundreds of dollars just to be able to use a VR headset.
edit: Well… I just saw the Microsoft news from today. That might help things as well. $299 is a good price point I think as long as the hardware is good.