2016 If Only…

The 2016 NGV Architecture Commission “Haven’t you always wanted…?” by M@STUDIO Architects is complemented by a project that enables visitors to redesign the architecture in virtual reality. In a digital world set within a hyperreal version of the NGV Garden, visitors are invited to select new colours, materials and surfaces…

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2016 Lightspee3D User Interface Design

LIGHTSPEE3D, from SPEE3D (www.SPEE3D.com), is a revolutionary high speed, 3D metal printer capable of printing complex metal objects by firing metal powder at supersonic speeds (1000m/s). Typically, industrial machines are difficult to use, slow and provide a poor user experience. However, A/Prof Stefan Greuter and recent Bachelor of Design (Games)…

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2016 In Space

In Space is a multiplayer game experience for up to 4 players. Inspired by the game ‘Asteroids’ each player controls a spaceship within the confines of the hemispheric screen. To stay alive and score points destroy other spaceships and asteroids and watch out for the larger chunks of debris that…

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2016 Domelab

RMIT University presented the Design and Play exhibition form 29 April 2016 – 14 May 2016 at the RMIT Design Hub Gallery. As part of this exhibition, the Centre for Game Design Research presented DomeLab. Fulldome is a significant new medium that provides an innovative fully immersive visualisation space that goes beyond the…

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2016 Grand Prix F1 Car VR Experience

We showcased a Virtual Formula 1 Car Exhibit at 2016 Formula 1 Grand Prix in Melbourne in the RMIT Marquee within the Industry and Innovation Precinct. The work was invited by the Vice Chancellor of RMIT to showcase the VR capabilities of the Centre for Game Design Research. The showcase featured a…

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2015 Out Of Space

Out of Space is a playable abstract audiovisual virtual environment that was designed and programmed by Adam Nash, using the Spacewalk system developed by Stefan Greuter. Immersed in an infinitely self-producing virtual space made of nothing but colour and sound, the visitor plays, flying and falling, creating little melodies and…

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2015 New Academic Street VR Visualisation

RMIT’s New Academic Street is a large scale refurbishment plan across several city campus buildings at RMIT University in Melbourne Australia. The plan aims to open up the University to the city streetscape by creating laneways, gardens, student spaces and to improvements to the Uniiversity library. The design has been…

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2015 Pureland Unwired

The Mogao Grottoes located in Gansu Province, Northwestern China consists of 492 cells and cave sanctuaries carved into the cliffs above the Dachuan River in Mogao. They comprise the largest, most richly endowed, and oldest treasure house of Buddhist art in the world. However, for preservation and conservation reasons most…

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2014 SpaceWalk

If we want people to act and react in a virtual world as in the real world, it is sensible to use immersion. However we perceive, there are three problems with immersive interfaces that have prevented their universal uptake. Immersive interfaces are generally expensive; unsuited to routine use; and obtrusive.…

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