1. EgoAnt's Avatar
    I just finished reading a very thoughtful piece about industrial design and interactions that are possible in VR. It covered the idea that "form follows function" and how we now have unparalleled freedom to design new forms in VR.

    I really has me thinking about how flat my own design has been in VR. I haven't really pushed the boundaries on anything and I need to spend a bit more time brainstorming. =)

    Anyway, head over to Medium and give it a read, it's really interesting.
    What Makes a Spoon a Spoon? Form and Function in VR Industrial Design
    10-22-2016 04:58 PM
  2. krisguy's Avatar
    I would also add that I have been watching 3D designers and artists on Beam and Twitch. I've been asking questions as they go, and getting some good responses. My skills stink, but every little bit of learning helps.
    EgoAnt likes this.
    10-23-2016 02:04 PM

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