Created by three students at the Université du Québec à Montréal’s Immersive Environments and Interactivity Course, HVBRD takes the user through a rose-tinted world. The user is in control of how fast they move through their projected surroundings, fully able to fly through and explore this new environment.
“In the video, the game zooms the player through space, a barren city, and a mountainous terrain full of threatening, floating pink squares and triangles. While the user controls the speed and direction of the visuals, there are no points, and no winning.”
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