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Saturday, August 20, 2016

VR Shooter Concepts Level 1

We keep on working with lighting fast scary speed of one image a month or even less on fast hardcore VR shooter still with white label.

Here comes first world/level concept:

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

VR Shooter Concepts Hero 1

This time we are working with lighting fast scary speed, one image a month or even less and anyway slow but steady it's going to be a game, fast hardcore VR shooter with white label so far and looks like for PC SteamVR. 

Here come first hero concepts:

 Our Keanu is not sad :P

Thursday, May 5, 2016

[book] Unity 5.x Cookbook #review

It's a good practical book on Unity game development and in the real world nowadays practice goes to production is very fast :) I've started to read it half a Year ago and started with several games and VR projects very fast. So the review is partial and delayed and anyway :)

Friday, April 29, 2016

VR Shooter Concepts Enemy 1

I'm working on VR Shooter game project more than for half a Year when have some time. Actually it wasn't a time for art at all and art and story found me themselves :)

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Virtual Reality Tips for Engineers and Developers

Virtual Reality is trending recently and there is a lot of info all over the web about it naturally. The articles are divided into two categories mostly scientific/engineering docs at Oculus, Unity, UnrealEngine, Samsung GearVR and Google Cardboard or developers/studious postmortems like it was hard and we found the way: How devs deal with 4 problem areas in VR game design, Making Great VR: Six Lessons Learned From I Expect You To Die or like it’s going to be cool when proper: Game UI Discoveries: What Players Want. Also I’ve found good practical book Learning Virtual Reality by Tony Parisi and I’m sure It must be more. But mostly it’s still theoretical info.
I was working on VR R&D projects for last several month. We’ve made demos for Oculus Rift on PC, Google Cardboard on iOS and Samsung GearVR on Android with Unity C# and Unreal Engine C++ for Oculus Rift and worked on kind of AAA game. The article is going to be pretty twisted in the best R&D traditions. I’ve parsed tons of info mentioned above, found a lot of practical useful info and tips in tutorials, answers, forums, blogs and so on and going to gather it here and share. Info is recollected from my work_done and to_read lists, so I guess nothing is going to be missed.