I don’t like to talk about myself very much, so I am going to keep this brief. My name is Ivan Klus, as you probably already know, and I am a front-end web and virtual reality developer. I have had the privilege of doing VR work with multiple prominent companies including Boeing and Cincinnati Children's Hospital. For Boeing, I developed Boeing Onboard (BO) in Unity. BO is an augmented reality assistant and interface that provides passengers with curated info and entertainment. Currently, it is a top 3 finalist for a 2018 Crystal Cabin Award. For Cincinnati Children's Hospital, I constructed an online virtual tour of their Proton Therapy Center and surrounding campus. The webVR tour included the ability to go on narrated premade tours, as well as the ability create custom tours you could share via link. For more information about my projects switch to the Projects page or click here.
The background of this website is actually a WebVR scene. This means that it is fully-3D, mini forest that you can walk around in and not just a video on loop. To explore this forest, just click the button below. Once you are in there, click and drag to look around and use the W,A,S,D keys to move. Lastly, if you get bored, just reload the page. It is a new forest every time.
VR video is a promising technology for exploring the world, and while they are still an experiment, light fields show a new level of how convincing virtual reality experiences can be.
Di Dang leads the Emerging Tech group at POP, a Seattle-based digital agency. She’s worked there for 2 years and has designed the UX for a variety of VR and AR experiences. Here she discusses UX design for VR, AR, MR, and using haptics.
Magic Leap has just launched the Lumin SDK, the toolkit which allows developers to build AR experiences for Lumin OS, the operating system that powers the Magic Leap One headset.
In a recent interview, Spielberg noted that the production crew used “Oculus goggles” to recreate the Oasis metaverse. This way, actors could put a headset on and see what the world of the finished product would really look like giving them context for their acting.
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Cincinnati, OH 45211