VR design template by Kickpush

over 6 years ago from , super.global | kickpush.co

Template for VR app design

Template for VR app design

Check out the post on Dribbble

We're back from our Christmas break and to kick off this new year my co-founder Alex has prepared a little something for you.

You can use this template as a set of guidelines to design VR interfaces in Sketch and test it in context using the free GoPro VR Player

How to use the template

1 - Download the Sketch template

2 - Replace the background with an equirectangular image (you can find some online)

3 - Design your interface within the area defined in the middle of the 360 canvas

4 - Export your artboard as a PNG or JPEG

5 - Drag and drop your exported image into GoPro VR Player

Et voila!

If you own a VR headset you can plug it to your computer and use it with the GoPro VR Player for an immersive VR preview.

Have fun!


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  • Andy StoneAndy Stone, over 6 years ago

    Hey Sam,

    This is super fun. Thanks so much for sharing with all of us!

    6 points
  • Nicole AydëNicole Aydë, over 6 years ago

    Thank you for sharing! I'll have to try this when I get home.

    3 points
  • Dan GDan G, over 6 years ago

    This is super interesting thank you.

    What's the best way of testing VR designs if you don't have an Oculus or similar?

    I've got a Google Cardboard viewer + iPhone, is there any software available that would hook that up for testing? Not expecting it work perfectly, but look around, clickable prototype InVision kinda thing would be ideal.

    0 points
    • Sam Applebee, over 6 years ago

      One of the major prototyping tools have got something coming in Q1, and there's at least one other tool in beta that we know about but we're bound to secrecy for now ;)

      Otherwise it's a bit of a bitch without the kit!

      1 point
      • Dan GDan G, over 6 years ago

        Definitely hit me up when you've got something you can show, I'd love to take a look. It's a really exciting time to be doing it but the tools aren't quite there yet (especially for remote working).

        0 points