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Akarma

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Sweet app that experiments with the conceptual first stage of a multiplayer game where you build small characters, find cameras, and take selfies. Bizarre and fun.

Created by HVX.

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Norman

By | @presstube | No Comments



Norman is a neat web tool to created animated 3D scenes viewable with a supported VR device. If you have the VR controllers you can create your own animated scenes – like Tiltbrush but all browser based – pretty amazing. Love the hand drawn and organic feel that really brings sketches to life.

Created by James Paterson (@presstube) and Google Creative Lab.

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From Here to Everywhere

By | @gladeye | No Comments




Site promoting Fonterra and their global efforts to make a better world – through milk. Featuring a nice 3D globe with multiple layers – you can rotate and click on hotspots to reveal short stories in those locations. Nicely designed, crafted and polished experience.

Created by Gladeye (@gladeye).

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Wefail

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Latest folio from web legend Wefail. Arranged in a surreal and dark 3D world, a bizarre skulled creature walks you through his work. Full of humour and personality it’s an interesting take on a body of work and a pitch for future projects.

Created by Wefail (@wefail).

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Tonite.Dance

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Interactive music video for LCD Sound System’s latest tune. WebVR enabled, put it on your device and experience a FPS of a ball floating through a series of 3D scenes that react to the music. You can select other characters to see their perspective too, on desktop you can toggle between the views. Lot of fun, nice concept well executed.

Created by Studio Moniker (@studiomoniker) and Google Data Arts (@google)

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Random Studio

By | @random_studio | No Comments



Site of Amsterdam based creative studio Random. Lovely minimal and editorial style layout flowing into project case studies that sit above the site, with smart next project / project view interactions. Love all the small 3D details, particularly the interesting floating ball to 3D photosphere video of the studio. Nice modern agency site…

Created by Random Studio (@random_studio).

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You Matter

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The self proclaimed digital Manifesto of Accademia del Lusso. An audio visual experience transforming 3D shapes to characters alongside a pastiche of typography and imagery, nicely crafted mixture of 3D elements and design element.

Created by Uprising (@uprsg).
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Interland – Be Internet Awesome

By | @google, @NorthKingdom | No Comments




Interland – interactive adventure to explain to children the complex space around online security. Executed beautifully through a series of 3D worlds, interactive games, and important lessons all about security online. Love the 3D worlds, so thoughtful and detailed, with simple gaming mechanics for ease of use. Great idea, looks amazing, and is great fun to play with.

Created by Google Brand Studio (@google) and North Kingdom (@northkingdom).

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Centerfold

By | @40mackenzie | No Comments



Site of Centerfold a “Montreal-based organization with the aim of driving social and economic change in the art industry. Our goal is to enable artists to gain funding, visibility, and access”. You can buy the curated prints or browse around a virtual gallery a fun feature that replicates a surreal 3D exhibition space. Nice idea and nicely executed.

Created by Mackenzie Davidson (@40mackenzie).

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Web VR experiments

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Some really interesting Web VR experiments ranging from sonic umbrellas, ping pong, through to speak to go. The depth and detail of these experiments is incredible. really interesting to play with the various aspects of interacting with a headset on using sound and space to prompt interactions.

Created by Google Creative Lab (@google) and various partners.

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Timeline Gallery

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Interesting UI for exploring the latest updates for the concept of the Timeline Gallery in the Netherlands. Navigate the content by tapping on the individual cards – with the latest at the front of the stack, oldest at the back. Really simple, interesting, and exploratory way of presenting content.

Site here…