Below are links to our current sites:
Go to the Isovista Classroom
Our classroom space. Work is in progress from our team of amazing interns representing Miami University, the University of Moscow, Idaho, and the University of Baltimore. If your VR project needs a creative boost and help with 3D modeling, please reach out and ask about getting help from one of our current or former interns.
Go to the Isovista Presentation Space
Our classroom & presentation space. If a presentation or discussion was announced - this is the place. The early work here began as a stage for virtual poetry readings done with shape shifting avatars. The teacher replaced the poet and the space evolved to support the class and diverse educational materials being shared. Sadly, as we are creating reality and not copying it - the true mechanics needed by this approach are outside the abilities of VRChat / Unity 3D (and the Unreal) engine. The basics do work and we hope you see the potential.
Go to the Starbase as Art Gallery
A tourable discussion space crafted in part for the Museum of Science Fiction's annual Escape Velocity conference. In concept, it is a mash-up of a star base, complete with starships,with an art gallery. It is an amazing study in VR design and deep study of the complex forces that shape our individual visions of the future. Science fiction buffs will recognize numerous Easter Eggs in the details, just be careful when stepping through the air lock.
Go to the Isovista Art Gallery [Alpha]
The 2014 Gallery, orginally built for Jibe from the Reaction Grid. It was later adjusted to suit the Oculus Rift DK1 and also Google Cardboard.
There's 6 amazing student installations, 3 placeholder peices, a chessboard, a video clip from 1986's Habitat, a short presentation on VR presentations, and an entire gallery wing on art gallery design.
Images from the classroom and past efforts are on Dr. Guynup's Isovista page
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