Products & Prototypes

Experiments, fun, and failures. Presented in ascending order of silliness, from coloring books to water on Mars.

Student Work
VR Game Design, Physical Prototyping, Illustration, 3D Modeling

The Millennial's ABC Book
Be the best millennial you can be.

All the reasons you can't afford to buy a house: from avocado toast to a zombie apocalypse

Millennials doing some nice coloring.

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A virtual reality sweeping experience.

A ridiculously simple and absurd game that turned out to be a fun way to learn more about how to design for VR.

Sweeperman is a virtual reality game for testing high-quality, very expensive brooms. The game takes place in Roaring Pines, a store owned by a Brandcenter alum that sells American made goods. Choose a broom and sweep the dirt blocks into the hole in the floor, obviously.

Teammates: Alex Rice, Shawn Hurley, Keilani Mansfield

The perfect tool for your horror movie soundtrack.

Designed as a collaborative musical instrument, Prism is a 3-side string instrument that can be played by multiple people by plucking its strings as it spins. 

However, we overestimated our musical abilities and only managed to produce creepy cacophonous sounds, so we pivoted.

New Direction: Custom Scary Sounds

Teammates: Andrea Vega, Olivia Cooper, Dan Owen 

Mars Water
Is there life on Mars?

When we move to Mars we'll need stylish space water bottles. These are designed with space floating in mind.

Just squeeze and a perfectly sized sip will be served. Bowie demonstrates.