VR often feels like this expensive and complicated world that requires loads of fancy kit and dosh to get into. But we’ve been playing about, to see what’s possible on a limited budget.
Thanks to A-Frame it took some talented people on the team a criminally short time to knock up a thing that pulls products into a strange virtual world via a public API. (Thanks to Joel for the A-Frame tip off).
Introducing Shopageddon.biz – a VR experience that lets you shop with your face. Clearly it’s not fully weaponised eye-based e-commerce, just yet ;-)
A tiny bit more on the W+K London Blog.
This game’s been around for a year or so, but it’s new to me. And in the last few hours it’s brought me so much pleasure. Who’d have thought that wiring up speakers could be so joyful. Aux B is available on IOS and Android.
Designed by Christian Schnellmann, you can read more here.
It’s proper good – Josie agrees. Nice work It’s Nice That friends.
I just love this. So beautiful.
Thank you to someone at the Webbys for paying attention!
I might be wrong, but I have a real belief you can feel when things have been made by people who are passionate / having fun / on a mission. Things that have been made by people who are just logging the hours feel bland and crappy in comparison.
Solid advice, spotted in NYC. Feels like the basis for a solid Pinterest campaign.
Love this quote from @espiekermann (found in a Monocle pullout). Applies to pretty much everything, especially farts.