34 WebVR concepts showcased from 13 countries: the Czech Republic, US, UK, Australia, Canada, Japan, Finland, France, Spain, Russia, India, Belgium and the Netherlands.
Gravr is your VR profile API that follows you from VR experience to VR experience customized by you and based on your hardware and real life environment. Gravr focuses on user comfort and accessibility. The Gravr A-Frame component adds a round profile menu to your WebVR environment that allows you to switch between a set of preferences while you are immersed in virtual space. You can make the menu visible by lightly hitting/tapping the side of VR headset and make it disappear either repeating the tap or by gaze clicking the X (- no need to touch the screen). The four icons on the top of the menu are sample profile presets that are enabling different adjustments to the environment - the examples are default, airplane (airplane seat), bed (hospital), special (physical disabilities). The control button (bottom right) shows the settings panel: the settings from left to right are magnification, contrast, click delay timer, fov (field of vision), keyhole (against motion sickness), GUI bounds. The purple grid appears when you select the settings icon "GUI bounds", it reflects the area arranged by the user that is describing the most comfortable/reachable area to navigate UI elements. The info button (bottom) shows the info panel with profile and setting details. The preview room shows a scale reflecting the user height as a red bar. When you change the profile the bar adjusts. The yellow zones in the corners showcase examples of human position (seated, lying, lounging) and GUI boundaries which are represented by purple rectangles. The red zone in the center of the room will return you to the initial position.