Big Data in VR

Love this video on analyzing health data from a very large data set in VR. You can really encode things different visually, so you can begin to make connections about something really important. From last year, so not new, but still very well done. He discusses always...
Simulation sickness is not part of VR

Simulation sickness is not part of VR

VR experiences can be designed so that no one feels sick. Nay, they should be designed so that no one feels sick. In case, it’s unclear, Dear VR User, sickness is not par for the course. I’m saying this because it apparently needs to be said. Our Oculus Rift CV1...

Robot claws!

This is the first video I’ve seen that really made me excited to try new VR-specific controllers, particularly the VIVE ones. =) The 3D cube controllers that you can turn to see different sets of buttons are intriguing....

Designing Motion for VR with Leap

This is kind of an old video, from Unite 2014. But I stumbled across it, and I love some of these little demos. Some entertaining uses of Leap Motion for interaction. I want to throw them through the robot’s mouth! ^_^ And the flower is infatuating…....

Mobile VR

If you’re wondering at all about all these different devices that can somehow do VR with your phone—check out these videos to give you a nice overview of a few of them. These are some great videos that talk about important aspects of the different headsets....

HTC Vive vs Oculus Rift CV1: Who will win?

This is a great overview / comparison between the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift in their current states. I’m a huge fan of Valve, Oculus, and Facebook as companies, so I kind of hope they all win. But I have to say as a designer, I’m very skeptical of the...

VR is the ultimate empathy machine

Brand new, transformative experiences is exactly what makes VR so exciting for me. This is the first thing I’ve seen about film for VR that made any damn sense. And it’s actually brilliant! This is great work to make the world a better...