Delve into the world of virtual reality, and find out what it takes to create and release VR content thanks to AVRN. Meet local developers from Stirfire Studios as they talk about their experience creating a VR game, after which you can try out the PlayStation VRs and an Oculus Rift with Touch controllers yourself!
What: Jamming towards an Ensemble: Creating Symphony of the Machine
When: Tues 11th July 2017, starting 6pm
Where: UWA Monadelphous Integrated Learning Centre (upstairs), Northwest corner of James Oval, between Maths and Reid Library
Cost: Free! Plus free parking in UWA carparks after 5pm. Nearest: Car park 15, 3 & 18
Stirfire Studios will describe how they created one of the first Australian games produced for Sony’s PlayStation VR (PS VR). ‘Symphony of the Machine’ is a virtual reality puzzle game that allows players to regrow a destroyed landscape. Matt Dyet and Brendan Ragan will take you from the original prototype at the 2016 Global Game Jam through to global release on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PS VR.
For more information, visit the AVRL event page. You can also check out the video trailer for Symphony of the Machine below, to get an idea of the game Stirfire Studios created before you hear their presentation.