VR Projects

As of 2018, I’ve completed two independent VR projects, using an HTC Vive and the Unity engine, with 3D models built in Autodesk Maya 2017. The larger of the two projects, Mystery Ocean, is documented below.

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Below are some photos of the gallery setup and accompanying 3D prints.

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VR setup in the gallery.

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3D prints with in-app comparison images.

My other major VR project was much smaller — called Supreme Brick Simulator, it was a simple experience designed around a 3D scan of a Supreme Brick (brick owned by Kip Hathaway) given physical properties in Unity. You can download the Supreme Brick Simulator for HTC Vive (Windows only) here, for Keyboard and Mouse (OSX) here, and for Keyboard and Mouse (Windows) here. Audio credit to Hannah Diamond. Supreme logo / Brick by Supreme.

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Video edited by Kip Hathaway.

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