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    VspaceR is a series of seven promotional 3D VR games on Unreal Engine, made for the largest university in the eastern Poland. This not only is … Read More
    VspaceR is a series of seven promotional 3D VR games on Unreal Engine, made for the largest university in the eastern Poland. This not only is a walk through the campus, but also a set of games designed to challenge the player. The entire game was made in Unreal Engine 4, which allowed the game to reach astronomical levels of visual quality. By having acess to the architectural documentation, we were able to create a very detailed and extremely similar environment, along with the placement of non-existing elements. As these objects are modeled in 3D, we added certain fictional elements, along with virtual information pannels. The game engine allows for the use of special visual effects that boost gameplay. These include realistic water, fire, explosions, sparks and more! With the use of the OCULUS RIFT, we were able to achieve greater effects. All of the elements in the game were designed with VR mode in mind. Read Less
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When in 2015 a group of students from the CAVE science club got a commission
from their university to create a Virtual Reality 3D game, I was employed to lead them as an Art Director.
The initial idea was to create an FPS game
with a plot to stop the ROBOT APOCALYPSE on the campus.

I presented the entire story in the form of concept art.
However, the university authorities have recommended toning the plot.
Hence the idea of combining a virtual walk with a series of arcade and logic games
located at the University of Technology.

Starting with 3D models created from scratch in the Blender software,
to effects, animations and interactions made in Unreal Engine.


Thanks to hard but cheerful teamwork, we have forged sketches into (virtual) reality :D
The gamedev process with player reactions can be seen on this video:  


And if you don't have time to watch the video,
check the final result on those screenshots:


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