VR ER & Windlands

Busy busy time! I’ve been working on a LOT of projects recently…

First up, here is a trailer for a GearVR ‘VR ER‘ experience for the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, produced by Immersive VR Education, developed by Fire Panda:

The experience takes you through what it’s like for a Resus team after an accident and challenges the user to complete the necessary work to keep the patient alive.

As well as Crystal Rift, Psytec  (Crystal Rift publisher) has taken up Windlands and we are accelerating it towards release. It’s an awesome game and is massive fun on Vive:

Meanwhile, work continues on Crystal Rift. We’re very close to final release! Here’s an image of a Dragon, who is just lovely:

The Apollo 11 experience wins Time Warner Future of Storytelling prize!

Hey guys,

The Apollo 11 VR experience has won the Time Warner ‘Future of Storytelling’ prize!


I’ve been working with them on the experience and it’s pretty awesome! It’s equally awesome that it won :D Click the below text to go to the FOST website:

Technology is changing the ways that we tell stories, allowing for greater interactivity, participation, and emotional engagement. To celebrate this renaissance of creativity, we’re excited to announce the second annual FoST Prize, a global competition designed to recognize the boundless ingenuity of the storytelling community at large! We’re in search of the world’s most innovative and adventurous story creators, working across platforms to mastermind boldly interactive narratives.

For me this sort of production is an amazing documentary experience and provides a way of experiencing events and history that no other medium can.

You can read a great Upload article on the latest experience HERE.

You can go to the official website HERE and down load the DK2 demo.

Or see it on the Fire Panda website HERE.

Colosse wins the Audience Choice Award at the Kaleidoscope VR Film Fest!

Colosse, GearVR, Oculus, VRJam, Winning, Storytelling

Kaleidoscope VR are having a Film Festival in the US, touring a number of cities to show VR content to the masses, and Colosse, the animated VR film I worked on, won the Audience Choice Award at it’s first stop in Portland!

Which is nice :)

You can see more on the festival at their Twitter HERE and hopefully Colosse will go on to win again, which would also be lovely.

We’re currently in the process of polishing up Colosse for a ‘final’ release on the GearVR store, so keep an eye out for that :D