Shoe Kicking has received the following awards and nominations. Way to go!
Shoe Kicking is a VR game that enables you to experience shoe kicking in space.
This game turns ordinal shoe kicking, which everyone could have experienced in his or her childhood, into special experience that makes you familiar with the earth and space science.
You can change your height to 10,000 km. Using an actual shoe with a sensor device, you try to go around the world by shoe kicking.
You can experience effects of the Earth's features - round shape, rotation, gravity and atmosphere.
*Be careful of your actual shoe destination. You cannot see the shoe when you play the game since you wear VR goggles.
Sound Effects: Pocket Sound – http://pocket-se.info/
Nasa Image and Video Library - https://images.nasa.gov/#/
Masaya Tanaka - Team lead, Director, Software Engineer, made sensor on the shoe to VR communication. Passionate about creating contents that make children love the earth and space.
Naoaki Yamaji - Software Engineer, made VR simulation. Leading XR community in Osaka.
Yosuke Sakai - Software Engineer, made physical simulation of shoe kicking and UI. Former physics teacher.
Yoshimi Sugimoto - Hardware Engineer, created motion sensor device. Creating original wearable devices and input devices.
Ryosuke Nakamine - Planner, designed shoe and goal to play the game. Trying to connect new technologies to new businesses.
Nami Nishimura - Planner, made presentation and movie. Love sharing interesting, funny, or stupid ideas and works.
SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.