The last project of the second year of my study Art&Technology was to make a installation and app to promote the city of Enschede. We worked in a team of 5 people. With our app you had to solve a mystery, you could find clues by entering Virtual Reality environments. 

For this project I focused on making the VR-environments. I created three locations where you can look around with a Google Cardboard. 
Some more details of the VR-environments. I made all the objects myself and added textures, lights and sound. 
The modeling and (most part of) the texturing I did with Maya, for the lightning I used Unity. 

The first location is an house from around the 19th century. The second location is a archive that is on fire because of a huge city fire. The last location is the laboratory of a professor.
At the end of the project I made a promotional video to get people to our installation. Because we also had to work on making the installation itself, and there was very little time, I had only one day to film and edit the video. So I had to keep it short and simple, and that is kind of the power of this video I think. 
This is a short animation I created which would play at the installation when someone threw in a coin. 
Some more details of the 3D-models
We also made some 360-photo's. To this one I added fire and a arrow in Unity. The arrow allows you to enter the building (to the archive). The building is the actual archive of Enschede. 
Want to know more about (the making of) this project? You can take a look at our blog.
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