Factsheet

Developer:
The Shoebox Diorama
Based in The Hague, The Netherlands

Release date:
Q4

Platforms:
Early version for OVR DK2 PC

Website:
theshoeboxdiorama.com/themarchland

Regular Price:
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Description

The Marchland puts the visitor in a toll booth where the unseen passes by. Spectres of cars only visible by drops of rain drive pass through the toll barrier. In the periphery of his vision the spectator can spot and hear objects that vanish when he purposely looks at them. Are these ghosts, or could the spectator be one?

History

The Marchland was designed to test out a blend between handpainted textures and realtime shadows. Eventually it evolved into The Marchland. It's the third diorama in the 'The Shoebox Diorama' series.

Features

  • Subtle sensory events will give the visitor a feeling of being stuck in between realities
  • The environment is handpainted on top of 3D geometry allowing for a staggering amount of detail
  • A spatial audio system allows the visitor to experience true 3D sound

Videos

Alpha Footage YouTube

Teaser Trailer YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition

  • "Official Selection Amaze festival 2015" Part of VR track.

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About The Shoebox Diorama

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The Shoebox Diorama is a one man company that creates interactive illustration for virtual reality devices.

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Diorama No. 3 : The Marchland Credits

Daniel Ernst
Creative Director, The Shoebox Diorama

Bart Limburg
Additional 3D Art, Intern


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