An app to manage ideas, papers, time, negotiations, contacts, contracts, accounts and companies.
One can start by exploring all his business contacts. Such contacts relationships to each other shall be visualized.
All nodes are interactive, can be activated by gaze or other input devices.
How many coffes do you have with them?
How often are you calling them?
How often are you emailing them?
Whats the tenor of the communications?
This app will allow one to visualize and manage his company all in VR. The app is connected to other data sources and devices in local WiFi.
An app could pop into field of view if the local WiFi UDP broadcast can pick it up. First we could keep it as an icon. Then load the app into invisible iframe and postMessage about the environment it can live within. First step towards interactive thought forms.
The scoped app will want to query interfaces, see if the host is talking the same language.
while it’s a great feat to control your cursor with your head, it actually gets a bit annoying over time and I would prefer to control the pointer with a different device.
a 360 turning chair is an ultimate must for the 360 VR experience. One piece of hardware I’ll predict is an augmentation device for regular office chairs that controls their rotation
They could have at least made the GearVR a hub and allow another usb entry to charge a connected device.
I really like that the original image is shown on screen as well. You feel so lost guiding somebody else when you don’t see what they’re seeing. It’s like helping your mom browsing a website over the phone
With the GearVR you can sit in a rotating chair and really go 360.
The default demo app has a keyboard full of toggles built in. I love that. It allows you to demonstrate certain features, like low FPS, wire frames, latency, etc. While purely interesting for engineering or development reasons, I really dig that sort of thing.
- Face Input
- WebVR Tony Parisi
- GearVR first impression
- GearVR as CardBoard