Andrew Salfinger (Design, Logo), Tyler Mcconaghy (Design Logo), Shein Hsu (Steel Wool, Shattering Light bulb).
Collection (a group of items)
File Size and Duration
Digital Ruby - Lightning Scripts, SteamVR - VR Scripts, Unity - 2017.2.1, Monodevelop - Unity, 3DS Max - 2017, Adobe Suite - 2017, FMOD - 1.09.02, Pro Tools - 12, Kontact 5
"This May Hertz" is an HTC Vive Virtual reality game designed to inspire year eight to ten students to pursue a career in science (and secondly music). The game experience is based in an underground lab where players get to interact with Tesla Coils and experience music made via electricity in a safe virtual environment. The game also teaches basic lab safety techniques.
Interactions in the pre-lab instructional room include putting on safety equipment (and subsequently learning the VR HTC Vive controls) and pressing buttons
Interactions in the main lab include holding various objects to a live Tesla Coil, placing a Faraday Cage around the Tesla Coil and holding the same objects up to it, with different reactions, and standing in a Faraday Cage as musical electricity hits the cage. There are also various buttons and dials that can be changed to adjust the lighting and other interactions.
Ashlee Nielsen: Lead Programming & Design
Trent Curtis: Lead Foley
Mark Kram: Lead Tracks/Audio, Internal Signage
Andrew Salfinger: Graphic Design of Website + Logo
Tyler Mcconaghy: Graphic Design Company Logo
Shein Hsu: Steel Wool + Shattering Light bulb
General (G) - suitable for everyone
Goel, N., & Piyush, P. (2017). Padlet https://padlet.com/1004400/qnu8a6ztrc7n - Search (bing.com)
Nielsen, A., Curtis, T., & Kram, M. (2017) This May Hertz [Bachelor's Major Project, SAE Institute]. Creo.