Nashville Maker Faire VR Demo

Application


Screenshot
Market URL
Link to Play store
downloads
10 - 50
version
1.1
cat_key
GAME_SIMULATION
website
Link
market_update
9/11/2015 4:00:00 PM
size
24117248
category
Simulation
price
0 ()
rating
0 (0)
developer
Bryndsey
deep_link
Link
description
Welcome to the Nashville Mini Maker Faire 2015 demo app! This is a simple demonstration of virtual reality created for the Google Cardboard headset. The controls are simple: aim with your head, and use the trigger on your Cardboard headset to launch a ball. You can even knock the letters in front of you out of the sky and into the canyon below!

This application is going to be used as a demonstration at the 2015 Nashville Mini Maker Faire, which takes place at the Adventure Science Center in Nashville, TN on September 12, 2015, where I will be presenting about VR and video games. Drop by and check it out!

This demo was made using free tools, including the Unity game engine, as well as Blender (a free, open source 3D modeling and animation application), by a single person in spare time. The intent is to show that, given some basic resources, like a computer and enough time (and patience), almost anyone can create their own video games and applications. And with just a few more tools - a smartphone and a Cardboard headset - you can even start making your own Virtual Reality experiences and games!

There are many great free tutorials online for how to get started, so search around if you want to know how to get into video game development.

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