Factsheet

Developer:
Belief Engine
Based in Redmond, Washington

Release date:
N/A

Platforms:
Cardboard
Rift (Planned)
Vive (Planned)

Website:
beliefengine.com/noisetube

Regular Price:
-

Description

NoiseTube VR (aka KPROJ#10) is a virtual reality and music visual experiment. Feed it a song, space out, and be whisked away into a unique geometric journey. NoiseTube is powered by feeding it a music file and it generates an ever expanding tunnel for you to be shot through in space. Currently supports MP3 with plans to add more formats.

History

The basic emotion that inspired this was wanting to be barreling through space at an appropriate speed based on the intensity of the song I was listening to. Maybe you've encountered this feeling in real life while driving down the highway or riding a bike and the song you're listening to somehow just feels like the right pace. KPROJ is a series of A/V experiments I've been doing over the years, originally with Flash and eventually moving into Unity. The central theme is always procedural visuals powered dynamically by a song.

Features

  • Surrealistic geoemetric landscapes.
  • Reactive visual pacing that responds to music you give it.
  • Your own personal VR space journey. All landscapes are procedurally generated.

Videos

NoiseTube used with "Lorn - Negative Jumpsuit" YouTube


Images

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There are currently no logos or icons available for NoiseTube VR. Check back later for more or contact us for specific requests!



About Belief Engine

Boilerplate
Belief Engine is Mike Monroe and Scott McKie, and serves as the vessel for their individual projects and collaborations.

More information
More information on Belief Engine, our logo & relevant media are available here.


NoiseTube VR Credits

Mike Monroe
Artist, Developer

Audrey Cox
Art Assistance


presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks