BERLIN, GERMANY, 22 January 2019 – Berlin-based developer PLAYSNAK announces VRDK, a set of tools to make it easier to create high quality virtual reality experiences. VRDK will give software developers access to standards, tools and libraries specific to VR content creation that address issues such as nausea (Sicknote), free-roaming navigation (TraVeRse), and first person arms to finger simulations (Gepetto).
Playsnak is supported by the Pro FIT-Program of Investments Bank Berlin with the goal to research and develop technologies to address some of the biggest issues developers face when creating VR. This project was co-financed by the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE).
Chief Creative Officer PJ Esteves said: “For all of the developers out there looking to create VR experiences without having to do all of the research, we’re confident that VRDK will help you to get ahead. We believe that VR will only get better when we can share the knowledge that we have been accumulating since the DK2 days. These are the same tools and standards that we use when creating our games so we know they do help.”