Many theoretical results are represented by three-dimensional (3D) graphs. 3D graphs from functions can also be seen in curriculums such as Calculus III, Fluid Dynamics, and Communication Systems. It’s known that researchers, students and general knowledge seekers alike, have difficulties visualizing these 3D graphs because these 3D graphs are usually plotted on a 2D plane, leaving the users to view only one aspect of the 3D graph at a time. We have solve this issue by creating a platform that allows users to view 3D graphs via Virtual Reality. With our platform, researchers will be able to share their three dimensional data more intuitively, leaving the user to have a deeper understanding of what the data conveys.