Vi Hart

April 2016

Experiments in bringing a year-2000 web aesthetic to VR, including a webVR “Peachy Dance,” a “Multi-Sensory Peachy Ring Experience” in which one eats real-life peachy rings while observing a field of randomly-floating peachy rings within VR, and the creation of a “First-Person Cake Decorator” where one shoots peachy rings at a cake within VR.

Blog post: http://elevr.com/creating-a-vr-first-person-shooter-live/

Code: github.com/vihart/clemandtoto

webVR pages:

http://clemandtoto.com/vr/peachy is the grid-based webVR peachy dance.

http://clemandtoto.com/vr/peachy2 is the field of randomly flying peachy rings, designed to be viewed on a phone, while eating actual peachy rings.

http://clemandtoto.com/vr/peachyShoot is designed for Vive, using the trigger on the controller to shoot peachy rings.

The programming of the First-Person Cake Decorator was streamed live on Twitch at twitch.tv/vihart, and the resulting stream was edited down into this video where you can see the entire creation process, as well as the FPCD in action: