Interaction - Bachelors
Hyperdimension AR is my piece of fan-work based on the ‘Hyperdimension Neptunia’ games that are a comedic parody of the video gaming industry. Taking inspiration after its pun title “Megadimension Neptunia VIIR” that features a Virtual Reality mode, the joys of both the virtual and physical world are packaged into interactive merchandise featuring animated illustrations. Scan the QR code and be transported to Virtua Forest! Tap and move your device around to experience many different sounds and animations!
Song Title: Ryuusei no Bifrost by nao
*If the video below does not play, then: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dw_O76kxDBs
✦ Ensure a stable internet connection.
✦ The Adobe Aero experience is approximately 220MB file size.
✦ Ensure you have ample space around you to play safely!
✦ Don’t move around too fast.
✦ We recommend moving slowly to prevent the experience from disconnecting and re-locating.
With your device and yourselves:
1. Move in on Iffy (The girl with the green bow).
2. ** Move far out from the scene (Virtua Forest).
3. ** Tap on Neptune (The girl in the centre).
4. Tap on the Dogoos (The blue slime-dog creatures)
5. ** Tap on Iffy.
6. ** Tap on Compa (The girl with a syringe for a weapon).
7. Tap on KupoKitty (The cat-like creature).
8. Tap on the Flowerys (Yellow & Red).
9. Move your device to enjoy the views in general.
** = animations with character voicelines
Let’s get in touch! I am happy to respond to any queries [contacts at bottom of the page].
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Interested in how it was drawn? This timelapse is a sped-up screen-recording of the rough planning + sketch and colour rendering of Neptune – the main character of this acrylic AR merchandise design!
more @ https://pixiv.me/yitsunemelody
Graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Interaction Design minoring in Visual Communication and the Japanese language, Jessica’s interests heavily lie in digital illustration. She’s been drawing and posting her artworks online under her username identity ‘YitsuneMelody’ since 2014. This project continues to be developed and shared with the online community with new designs in progress to form a fan-merchandise line. Follow Jessica on social media for updates if you are interested in her style of work.