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Rafael Brown (Digital Myths) VR Design Lessons from Multiplatform First Person Gaming

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Published on Aug 11, 2016

VR is a technology that crosscuts across the PC, console, and mobile platforms. As VR filters into the games space across these 3 distinct platforms there are lessons to be taken from each of mobile, console and PC. Each shows distinct advantages and disadvantages for its platform, but more importantly each is a unique adaptation for immersion and experience. There are lessons to learn and experiments that can help us fashion a better understanding of how to build for VR. Observations strive to show how to design and build a better VRX, a UI/UX for VR. Taking lessons from game projects he has worked on and applying them to current VR projects, he aims to show where assumptions worked and where they had to be rebooted as he and his team build a new VR games project.

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