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 […]
One of the most widely played games on the face of the planet is your only means of survival in RPS Island. Created by ISVR, it took third place in this year’s 3D Jam VR Track for addictive gameplay and solid interaction design. Faced with a never-ending onslaught of enemies on a tropical island, you must defeat them by […]
Magical powers are no longer the stuff of fantasy – not when we can dive into alternate universes. From the creators of Magicraft, Warlock VR took the second place in this year’s 3D Jam VR Track for its awe-inspiring visuals and satisfying game mechanics. Inside a massive castle hall, you can bring down massive meteors, shoot fireballs, and summon lightning. […]
The votes are in! Based on community ratings and scores from the Leap Motion team, we’re excited to present the winners of the second annual 3D Jam. This year’s 3D Jam raised the bar with over $75,000 in cash and prizes, and we’re impressed with the imagination and creativity of everyone who participated. With nearly […]
Shoot ’em ups, games of skill, racing games, retro demos, and more – check out 13 arcade-style 3D Jam projects. There are just 10 more days to vote for your favorites! Cast your votes at itch.io/jam/leapmotion3djam – just login/register and go to the project’s 3D Jam submission page to submit a star rating.
Want to play the latest 3D Jam demos, but don’t have an Oculus Rift? Check out these 12 games built for Windows PCs, including the power to create (and shatter) glass animals, the Zen apocalypse, and a rousing game of minigolf.
Outer space might be the final frontier – but there are many more frontiers lurking in our imagination. Check out 12 3D Jam games that let you escape (several!) exploding space stations, fight rival AIs, craft futuristic swords in virtual reality, and more.
In yesterday’s post, I talked about the need for 3D design tools for VR that can match the power of our imaginations. After being inspired by street artists like Sergio Odeith, I made sketches and notes outlining the functionality I wanted. From there I researched the space, hoping that someone had created and released exactly what I was looking for. Unfortunately I didn’t find it; either the output was not compatible with DK2, the system was extremely limited, the input relied on a device I didn’t own, or it was extremely expensive.