It has been a long journey for our crazy VR game show, from the mad dash in 2017 that earned us a spot at GDC and SIGGRAPH, to bootstrapping the company with Azin for nearly two years, then bringing on HTC as our exclusive development and launch partner.
Finally, VR Trivia Battle (formerly known as Kiss or Kill) is available, exclusively on Viveport!
Check it out if you have a headset.
If you don’t have a headset, you can watch a trailer the old school way:
My latest article for UploadVR is live! I distill lessons from some of histories best designers and media thinkers that can be applied to these early days of virtual reality.
Creating for a new medium, which is still in the midst of discovering itself, can be challenging. Luckily, we have history to help guide us. Designers and theorists like Marshall McLuhan, Jony Ive, and Raymond Loewy had to innovate within new mediums. We can use their experience to inform today’s virtual reality design process.
If you are thinking about joining the VR crusade, these three lessons, inspired by history’s greats, will help save you time and fine tune your thinking. Consider these early (and often) before opening your VR engine of choice.
Read the entire article on UploadVR.
In my latest article for Upload VR I explain how we went from an idea to working game that Valve brought on to demo at the Game Developers Conference.
There’s beauty in the chaos of a startup’s early days when the team decides to roll the dice. For virtual reality entrepreneurs there are some amazing tools which help amplify this mindset, allowing you to move fast and, hopefully, make things. With these tools, a little luck, and a lot of tenacity, our six-month-old VR startup is heading to the Game Developers Conference to present our new game at Valve’s booth.
I’ll tell you how we did it.
Read the entire thing on UploadVR.
I wrote a piece for UploadVR exploring how Virtual Reality will change marketing forever.
Virtual Reality represents the biggest brand building opportunity in the history of marketing. Brands have long formed symbiotic relationships with emerging media technologies like print, radio, TV and social. Together, they bring the ‘new’ to the mainstream and help each other through the awkward early days. VR will soon combine the emotional impact of a local experience with the global audience of a YouTube video. This new medium will allow for a brand-to-brain connection, providing direct access to consumers’ hearts and minds.
Read the whole article on UploadVR.