When it comes to dedication in bringing the virtual reality industry to life, ZeroTranform is a superb example of it. Lead developer and Founder, Justin Moravetz, found himself departing his career in game production nearly ten years ago, to pursue the development of virtual reality. This reminds me of how InnerVision VR was started, where it’s founder dropped his job to pursue virtual reality, once he first heard about the promise of the Oculus Rift. Since then, major players have been getting prepared for their product launches for 2016.
The flagship game that sailed ZeroTransform into the deep waters of VR was Proton Pulse. The game went into immediate production when Oculus Rift DK1 was announced. Proton Pulse is a ping-pong style game that takes place on a 3D plane.
A mysterious entity by the name of M.O.A.I. has attacked your world and the only way to stop this creature is to paddle a Proton ball straight into the M.O.A.I. core. There are over 50 vibrant levels to traverse to beat the malevolent M.O.A.I. The game is currently available on Google Play, Steam and the Oculus Store.
Vanguard V is another spectacular game produced by ZeroTransform. “Driven by music, story, and innovative VR design, Vanguard V is a celebration of gameplay to welcome Virtual Reality to the world.” You enter the game as Qu, whos primary objective is to exterminate the source of parasites from planet, before they completely annihilate Earth’s inhabitants.
You’ll start off in outer space and slowly make your way to the core of Planet Earth. Just like Proton Pulse, the interface is pretty straightforward. There is no need to press any buttons while in-game. Through the use of head-tracking tech, you dodge income projectiles through the tilt of your head and shoot enemies by simply looking at them. The full version of the game will also be available through Google Play, Steam and the Oculus Store.
The team behind the development of Proton Pulse and Vanguard V includes Justin Spice (Concept Art/Art Direction), Callyn Dorval (Voice Actress), Joey Groeneweg (Screenplay Writer/ Voice Actor), Jake Kaufman (Composer /Sound Designer), Athey Moravetz (Character Design/Rigging), Jeffrey Hawthorne (Lead Coder), Gary Spindrad (Principle Sound Designer) and Justin Moravetz (Founder/Chief Developer & CEO).
The advisors to ZeroTransforms studio includes Scot Bayless (Business, Infrastructure, Financial), Doug Beck (Optical Tracking Systems), Micheal Lenzi (B2B VR), Jon Brouchoud (B2B VR) and Karl Krantz (Marketing & Media).
With the collaboration of these brilliant minds, they are able to develop engaging VR applications for immersive interfaces, such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Google Cardboard, PlayStation VR and Samsung Gear VR platforms and their related distribution platforms. If you have a VR need, you can turn to them for development, whether it be for gaming, education, business, tourism, sports, telecommunication, etc. The team has been developing VR applications for over ten years and is willing to work with you to bring your ideas to life.
Needless to say, ZeroTransform is a pioneer in developing VR gaming applications. You can learn more about Zero Transform on their website or by contacting them. Go ahead and try out Proton Pulse for yourself. You are sure to have an eye-opening experience.