The Wind River self-driving car virtual reality experience is compatible with nearly any VR headset, including Google’s Cardboard, Daydream, Samsung Gear VR and many others. Strap your headset on, sit back and watch as Wind River imagines the near future. Take a look around, as your car navigates alternate routes through construction, checks your calendar, and even turns on the lights in your home as you pull into the driveway.
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recording as we drove all throughout our home base of Spokane, WA. As we were driving we made a point to drive through areas that everyday drivers incur such as construction, parking lots, driveways, and even heavy traffic. This way, we could get all of the necessary footage of how a car of the future will handle these scenarios.
Once all of the necessary 360º footage was recorded, we took the film back to the office and stitched it together to create one cohesive VR experience. To take the project to the next level, Gravity Jack overlaid custom 2D artwork and animations throughout the experience to give the impression that the car was equipped with a smart windshield that could show the time, weather, traffic conditions, and other information we normally use our phones for. Additionally, Gravity Jack added a voiceover that acts as a copilot to the driver to inform them of calendar notifications and traffic conditions. With all of these elements combined, app users could simply sit back and relax as they view the future of autonomous driving.
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