One mass extinction event wasn’t enough! Earth’s remaining dinosaur population is making a comeback. In Vox Rocks Dino Destroyer, you can blast through four levels of block-filled action with the power of magnetics, color coordination, and broken dino teeth. Created by Mark Mayer, Dino Destroyer is the 4th place winner of the 3D Jam VR Track.
But before the dinosaur apocalypse, there was A Vox Eclipse – a desktop game that lets you design block creations by combining hand gestures with traditional button controls. Rotate, re-position and highlight your model with your dominant hand, and use your other hand to click or type to command the tools you need. We caught up with Mark to talk about his development process and how he made the jump from desktop to VR.
A Vox Eclipse
Inspired by apps like Sculpting, Mark’s original idea behind A Vox Eclipse “was that using a combination of physical buttons for activated input and Leap Motion’s hand positioning for a fully 3D cursor could help me interact a lot more effectively by taking best of both worlds.