VR Projects

Below are a list of VR projects I have been working on. For updates follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/RedOfPaw

VR Jam, gearvr, storytelling, nick pittom, vr, kevin dart, colosse, shadow of the collosus

‘COLOSSE’ is a real-time VR storytelling experience, with a stylized, character-focused visual narrative. The viewer’s gaze – the things they pay most attention to – will direct the experience around them, giving them a subtle control over events as they unfold. It has been created for the Oculus Mobile VRJam.



Click the image above or HERE to go to the VRJam entry page.




Due to a request by Studio Ghibli, these demos will sadly no longer be available. I hope that everyone who got a chance to play them enjoyed them and I hope you enjoy future projects I am able to bring to you.

Thanks again for all your support!


Produced by Psytec Games, Windlands is a first person grappling hook exploration game. Soar through the ruins of a fallen civilisation and discover the secrets of the ancient world. Designed with full Virtual Reality support for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, also works great in Non VR.

You can get it for OCULUS RIFT HERE and for HTC VIVE and nonVR HERE

Dungeon, crawler, vr, crystal, rift, vive

Produced by Psytec Games, Crystal Rift is a Grid-Based Dungeon-Crawler in classic first person perspective. An experiential horror challenge game that takes the player through a series of increasingly mysterious locations. Includes full Virtual Reality support.

You can get it for OCULUS RIFT HERE and for HTC VIVE and nonVR HERE


VR, medical, hospital, surgery, RCSI, Immersive, Education

The ‘RCSI Medical Training Sim’ is a free VR app now available on GearVR. Learn the procedures necessary to help save the life of an ER patient, or for professionals test your medical knowledge.

It was developed by Fire Panda and produced by Immersive VR Education for the RCSI.



Immersive VR Education are producing an experience based upon the historic 1969 moon landing, and Fire Panda are helping them bring it to life. You take the place of Neil Armstrong as the Apollo 11 crew rocket into space and land on the surface of our closest celestial neighbour.

The experience uses official NASA archive footage, audio and data to recreate the events for viewers to experience first hand.

For more information on the Apollo 11 VR Experience and Immersive VR Education, visit their website below:


Echo Red, VR, Oculus, Rift, game,Echo Red, VR, Oculus, game, Virtual Reality, dr red

Currently in production, Echo Red will feature a heavy focus on storytelling, motion-control interaction, and  physics based combat and puzzles. More info soon.




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  3. Thank you guys so much for this, Spirited Away has always been my favourite movie and it means so much to me. This is amazing, you guys rock!

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  5. Beautiful and sharp attention to detail!
    I would SO buy the game if you developed this into one for Spirited Away or Howl’s Moving Castle!
    You need a huge company to discover you now, ideally from Disney or Studio Ghibli 🙂

  6. Hi 🙂 Thanks for these amazing scenes but I can’t seem to open them on my mac 😦 I click the app but it instantly vanishes after loading for a microsecond…
    10.9.5- Anyone with similair issues?

  7. I have both versions of Occulus and I’ve tried many VR games. The thing is when I discuss vr games with my friends I always argue that your games with my neighboor totoro and spirited away is by far the greatest experience I’ve had in VR so far.

    Do you like any other anime?

    I’ve seen all of Miyazakis movies and many anime series.

    I’ve watched Naruto since I was 16 years old (now 28) and episode 24 came out and I’ve played games were you can walk around the the Konoha village. It would truly be a dream come true if you would make a game of your great standards based in the city of Konoha.

    You should have a kickstarter to fund re-makes of anime movies were you can move around inside the anime worlds. It would be amazing. I would pay for that! 😀

    Keep up the great job!

  8. You are one of the most talented VR devs out there! 😀 Really love your stuff.
    Any estimate when the Miyazaki demos will be updated to support SDK 0.7 and Windows 10?
    I’m planning to do a DK2 demo for a large group of people, at a party in late October.. And the Miyazaki demos are by far the most requested so far. heh 😉

      • Cool, thanks for the reply!
        It seems, from what I’ve read on /r/Oculus, that it works on 0.7, in Windows 7/8, but for some reason it doesn’t work in Windows 10. Or at least, that’s the best understanding I’ve seen so far.
        I guess, no worries, if it isn’t working by then, I’ll just setup a temporary Windows 8 partition. heh 😉

  9. Is there any hope of either Spirited Away or Totoro experiences being made available for HTC Vive?

    I have a Vive on order (my girlfriend thinks i am crazy for messing with VR, BUT she is a huge Ghibli fan!)

    This would blow her mind! Also they look perfectly sized for room scale!

    So cool, amazing work regardless!!

    • Yes, I do plan to get them over, along with the Howls Moving Castle one, although I need to find time to get it all up and running. Totoro is still not quite working on it’s travel to Unity 5, so there are bugs to fix there. But it will get there eventually 🙂

  10. Absolutely love your VR work so
    far, they are my favourite Vr based projects that I have had the pleasure of witnessing thus far 🙂
    I was wondering if you guys were ever going to do a VR version of the train scene in spirited away, I absolutely adore the scene and being able to become fully immersed/transported into it would be beyond epic. But if you can’t I will still continue to love and support your works- Finlay Foster

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