When most of us think of VR we might picture 3D renders and gaming, but this medium is bringing illustrations to a whole other level of awesomeness. Goro Fujita creates in virtual reality 3D illustrations filled with so much details that it will blow your mind. The tool used for these is Quill, for the Oculus VR set. Check out the videos below and be amazed! I hope you enjoy these! I most definitely did! Also, for more of Goro's fantastic VR illustrations, check out his Instagram! Cheers. ;) Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Dez 7, 2016 às 11:08 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Dez 17, 2016 às 2:55 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Dez 28, 2016 às 10:41 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Dez 31, 2016 às 1:06 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Fev 28, 2017 às 4:39 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Mar 30, 2017 às 1:42 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Ago 7, 2017 às 10:11 PDT A little behind the scenes clip of "a moment in time" #Quill #quillustration #vrpainting #oculus #oculusstorystudio Uma publicação compartilhada por Goro Fujita (@goro.fujita) em Abr 21, 2017 às 10:15 PDT
The Aachen Cathedral, also known as Cathedral of Aix-la-Chapelle is a church located in Aachen, western Germany. Being the oldest cathedral in northern Europe, this church has been built in the 8th century. With all that historic past, this church has been the chair of thirty German kings and twelve queens. Coming from all that history , we would like to present the awarding stunning work from the team over at Interactive Pioneers and their work at making a unique virtual 3D flight that is totally breathtaking of the Aachen Cathedral. To experience this flight, you'll be taking through a responsive site that will take you to the different sections of the Cathedral. Time to sit back and enjoy this ride. Start your 3D experience here. Applause is known to the bread of the artist, but awards are just the cake the creative. We are particularly proud that our performance by awarding the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2016 has been recognized for high design quality. Watch the Making Video The triad "See, experience and learning" underlies the overall communication strategy of the Aachen Cathedral Chapter, forms the backbone for the content structure and the design concept of the website. It is reflected in the three areas of " Dom experience ", " Dom Story " and " Dom-date ", which both provide a visual-emotional as well as an informative-cognitive approach for the first German UNESCO World Heritage Site the User. More information: https://www.interactive-pioneers.de.
We've spoken on this blog before about designers trying to crack the mysteries of our daily life by changing our habits with technology. There's many assets to perfect a product for launch or even if it's a concept. There's many many obstacles to tackle and problems to solve. As you may be aware of it or not, part of being a designer is also a problem solver. Like Samuel Charpentier took one specific subject to solve for this case study and it was for his passion for Bouldering. Bouldering is a form of rock climbing that is performed without the use of ropes or harnesses. The walls are usually less than 6 meters, and bouldering mats are used to prevent injuries from falls. About Samuel Charpentier Samuel is a "graphiste" (french term for graphic designer) currently based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. His work is focused in interaction design, editorial design and photography. More about this project: https://www.behance.net/gallery/37211203/Augmented-Reality-Bouldering.