Feeling stressed? Why not unwind by occupying the most relaxed, care free creature in the animal kingdom. It’s still a work in progress and we’ve a lot of ideas to flesh out the mechanics of the game but as it stands it’s a simple physics sandbox that allows you to embody a cat and play with a multitude of colourful cat toys. Happy Cat is now available on the Oculus VR share store and require an Oculus Rift and Leap Motion controller and has already proven quite popular.
We’ve got a few little Google VR cardboard projects underway, including Columbia Road, and thought it would be a good idea to have a nice way to present both the concept of Cardboard to those not overly familiar and the projects we’ve got cooking up. If you have a Cardboard then why not check out the stereoscopic render.
As an inquisitive bunch we are often investigating new uses for technology and creating new demos and IP. With this at our heart, at the end of last year we started our ‘Intro to VR’ demo days, visiting numerous agencies to share a little virtual reality love and giving others a chance to get up close and personal with the technology.
This morning we packaged up lots of lovely Google Cardboards to share with our friends. We love how easy, accessible and effective Google Cardboard is for giving everyone a wonderful virtual experience.
After visiting a number of Healthcare/Pharma agencies recently it has set my cogs whirring about the current application of virtual reality (VR) within medical and healthcare settings and the huge potential its ‘second coming’ presents us with.
With the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas held last week I thought it would be a good time to get stuck in and see why Oculus VR’s ‘Bacon VR’ reckons 2015 will finally be THE year for Virtual Reality.