Sometimes our customers send in screenshots or movies of their projects that just blow us away. “The Golden Age VR” produced for the Museum of the Golden Age in the Netherlands is one of them! They are using our Triton Oceans for Unity asset for an Oculus Rift-based simulation of cities in the Netherlands in the 17th century. Just look at this video (Triton shows up at 0:38):
Creator of the project, Rob Tuytel, says: “In January 2015 we started with a new expansion, this was called ‘ The Discovery of Cape Horn’ a story about the exploration of a new trading route. For this we had to find a solution to cover the water in Unity. We used lots of water shaders, but none of them had the effect we wanted, especially for the rift, you want something that looks believable.”
“Then we get in touch with Triton, it was the perfect solution for the project. The support for ships on the waves in combination with the Oculus Rift DK2 is something I had never seen before, it was even better than we could ever imagine.”
We’re proud to be a part of this project! Here are a few more images highlighting it; click through for larger versions.