DETAILS OF THE WORK
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I've been exposed to VR for a while, but I feel that it has not yet been integrated into our daily lives. The biggest obstacle is the user experience. Apart from the dizziness caused by the lack of hardware performance, there are no highly usable and interesting commercial products, and the experience has always been limited to the visual senses.
Using this opportunity, I would like to try to use IKEA Living Furniture Store as a theme for VR shopping, hoping that users can experience the fun of VR shopping, so I used the iPad Pro's LiDAR function to scan IKEA furniture and make 3D models to save the need to process a large number of furniture models. In order to make the model complete, the whole scene is scanned into seven pieces to be assembled, and the lighting is also in green to create an eerie shopping mall. The name of the work is a combination of Sadako and ikea, which is the name of Sakea store.
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Project Software Engineer ｜Taiwan
Mao-Che Chiu, A Taiwanese software engineer has an academic degree in game multimedia and interactive programming. He has been focusing on interactive technology and user experience (UX) for a long time.
In 2015, he joined HTC's 2bears Studio and Experience Lab team and worked on VR digital content. From 2018, he acted as a project engineer at AECOM Immersive Lab, specializing in the research and production of innovative technology applications for the architecture and construction industry.