Flexible work becomes more and more normal with the globalization. The digital nomads can work wherever they want, they only need their laptop and Internet access.
In co/be, you can meet your team or clients in VR to make a creative meeting and find faster and better ideas for great products
Just put on the headset and say hi with your unique avatar!
Get into co/be with the Desktop Application, where you can find all your colleagues and information about your spaces where you document your projects.
Put the VR headset on
Meet your team
With symbolically putting on another one's glasses, you can take a different personality and thus a different perspective. The optimist, the creative, the emotional, the critical and the factual complement each other.
snowball principle: Solutions for the situation are being written on big virtual cards by every user and given to each neighbour afterwards. The neighbours develop those sketches with their own interpretation.
Here, an impact is made through a changing abstract environment. The visualisation and music inspire the team, because they are taken to another world.
Facts that are seen as obvious are being discussed and turned around in the opposite meaning. Afterwards the meanings are turned back around so new conclusions and new perspectives can be developed.
Bricks are used as associative means of expression to easier collocate complex circumstances. From a floating position you can see the metaphoric map with a distance to better understand connections.
see all your results online on any device to continue working on the project.
This project was presented during the Werkschau 02/2018 in Konstanz, Germany. We presented the result of our bachelor thesis there.
There were two Oculus VR stations that were facing each other through a wall. So two people could interact with each other in real time.
All users were fascinated how easy and intuitive it is to interact with each other even though they were in a virtual environment.
This project was realized in cooperation with Julia Stepper and two programmers
at HTWG Konstanz