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.
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.