Over the last few months we’ve been proud to take home a cast of achievements for Heart of the Emberstone. First was the Viveport Developers Award for Best Entertainment Experience which included a massive $50k cash prize, a new Vive Pro, and the elusive Vive Focus standalone! We also took home our second back-to-back award from Cinequest Film and VR Festival, celebrating the movie-like quality of The Gallery series. We’ve also been honoured as a finalist for Startup of the Year at the 25th annual Technology Impact Awards by the BC Tech Association (awards ceremony next month!) Then we pumped the rest of our awards and Game of the Year nominations into the accolades trailer below:
Last month, to celebrate the second anniversary of VR and the release of Call of the Starseed, we looked back at the last five years of our locomotion experiments and wrote a guest post for Road to VR.
Seriously, this is groundbreaking work. If you've got anything to do with design in this sphere, you need to know about what went into these titles https://t.co/PNeO0fyFhU
— Alex Bowles (@alexqgb) April 20, 2018
This week we’re at the BC Tech Summit, among the biggest tech companies in the province, and we’ll be there with a booth at The Cube (sponsored by Microsoft) for Heart of the Emberstone to talk tech all day. Come September, we’ll be back again, featured at the VR Theatre at SIGGRAPH 2018 in Vancouver, and then the VR/AR Global Summit!