We have developed four Android apps related to VR games, creative design and mathematical visualization: Atypical, Quoternion, Symmetricon and MathPlot.


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Atypical is a free mobile VR entertainment environment for the Daydream View headset. It allows you to view and interact with a constantly changing nonrepresentational VR environment while listening to cinematic piano music. The user can probe the environment from a fixed position by launching colourful spherical objects at desired directions. If these objects collide with other moving objects random audiovisual effects are created. The environment constantly provides interaction opportunities through the generation of novel biomorphic objects consisting of flower textures projected in constantly changing geometries and various other moving shapes.

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Quoternion is a free VR game for the Daydream View headset. It allows the user to explore a dreamlike space as she tries to find five balls and move them in the radiating octahedron. In the meantime, the user gets to listen to some jazzy samples and a random selection of insightful quotes from intellectual heavyweights such as Aristotle, Plato, Wittgenstein, Avicenna, Confucius and others. We view these quotes as starting points for discussion on all the important things in life.
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Symmetricon is a free Android app for creative visual exploration through symmetry. It accepts as input front/back camera stream, images or videos.  Symmetricon allows the user to select any of 30 available wallpaper groups and apply them to its media source. The user can set the size of the square tessellation generated by the system. The resulting image/video can then be viewed from different positions/orientations. Images and video frames can be stored as .jpg images. A video based on Symmetricon can be found here

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MathPlot creates 3D visualizations of real functions of the general form z = f(x, y, t), where t stands for time. Time is computed with a counter looping from 0 to 1 and back again with a 0.001 step. MathPlot allows simultaneous plotting of multiple functions. The user can specify the color and plot type for each function. There are three types of plots: color surface, grid and particles. MathPlot can also estimate and highlight the points of intersection between functions. The user can view selected points in the plot by providing their xy coordinates. He can also create and store an image of a plot. MathPlot contains a help menu option that explains the functionality of the system in more detail. Get it on Google Play


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Experimental Media & Intelligent Systems