Planet Voodoo® is a small team based on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We’re passionate producers, digital storytellers, 3D artists, animators and WebXR developers who are gamifying education through unique and immersive virtual reality experiences.
What's new from Voodoo
We've set up a new initiative aimed at helping the A-Frame community to develop better virtual reality experiences.
What we're doing
We're currently working on a new WebXR game called 'VRaxxed' which will be available to play soon. The game is set in a post-pandemic, post-apocalyptic possible future timeline on the East Coast.
What we've done
A short one minute showreel video featuring some of our best work and programming experiments.
WebXR At The Museum
WebXR story created to highlight problems faced by companies who fail to embrace new technologies.
Planet Voodoo's Carova
Low-poly 3D website to illustrate what life on a beach in Corolla, North Carolina is like for our team.
As our website evolves, we create a variety of content for the home page. Cyber Doll is one example.
Initiatives to inspire
Inspiring students who are new to WebXR development is our goal here, and we're doing our part to help promote this exciting technology. Our aim with this initiative is to encourage the next generation of creators.
We’ve teamed up with some talented programmers for the WebXR Wizardry Initiative to develop a range of new components that the A-Frame community can use to build their projects. Planet Voodoo® will also be working to maintain existing components to ensure that they are compatible with the latest versions of A-Frame.
Professor Lee Stemkoski
The WebGPU physics system created by NVIDIA and then adapted for the Vartiste Toolkit by Zach Capalbo has been turned into a standalone component for A-Frame with help from math genius Professor Lee Stemkoski.