HomeArticlesGoogle I/O 2015 – Designing for virtual reality Google I/O 2015 – Designing for virtual reality By Eric Benedict November 9, 2019 Articles, Blog 14 Comments Tags:APIs, design, fullname: other, GDS: Upload only, Google, I/O, IO, io15, Location: other, product: other, Team: Other, tools, Type: Live Event, What's Next Related Posts How to Paint a Landscape with acrylics step by step (SUBTITLED) This Painting Proves God (Allah) Exists – Debunked Magazine names Coffee By Design its ‘Roaster of the Year’ About Author admin 14 Comments Michael M May 29, 2015 "One thing that attracted me to cardboard…" Don't hear that very often Reply Schingsching007 May 30, 2015 I want to have a Google cardboard😭😁 Reply Shurikan Animator May 30, 2015 I really hope VR takes off, I love the idea but it has failed so many times in the past. Reply techdudezz May 30, 2015 Usecases? Porn!!! Who the fuck is Google kidding?? This is an awesome time to be a teenager. Reply Mike Downes May 30, 2015 Exactly the video and info we need to consider a vr landscape – reminds me a lot of the photo golden section, or the way the eye leads into a shot, looks for visual triggers and geometric perspectives. Lots of common ground too on animation too .. /nice Reply 李立峰 May 30, 2015 34:04 This is really scary. It's the next stage of Internet addiction. Reply Blues Prodeep May 31, 2015 Apart from the amazing cardboard, Erica's eyes are so beautiful. Reply Ian Sun June 5, 2015 Great stuff guys. Thanks for making this available 👍 Reply in5omniac June 14, 2015 Some games are already way too addictive as they are, especially for kids, so adding VR to that will make the problem even worse! But I can see myself designing buildings and 3d objects in VR, if this technology will ever be implemented in programs like google sketchup for example! Reply Opal Thongpetch July 1, 2015 I have trouble getting the gyroscope head tracking to work in Unity Remote app, does anyone here has the same issue ?? I have no idea how to fix this. Reply TheSola10 July 10, 2015 The Cardboard viewer is impressive! I've just received one. Reply Ahsan Jawed September 1, 2016 aweaome stuff Reply Jeff Faulkner October 25, 2016 Alex really knows his stuff. Great to have a "seasoned VR/AR" talent on the planet:) Reply monoham1 December 24, 2016 i cant hear anything even on max volume the sound is really low Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.