Moonbase Alpha is an award-winning serious game that puts the player into the shoes of an astronaut on the moon. Multiple players need to collaborate in order to repair various equipment destroyed in a meteor strike. Although intended as a tech demo, the game acquired a some popularity, especially among younger players.
Pangbourne was the code name for a 3D virtual replica of indoor and outdoor facilities of an undisclosed client that was built from original building blueprints and site plans.
The main novelty of this project was the ability to navigate the virtual world with various 3D display technologies, including head-mounted displays, auto-stereoscopic monitors, shutter glasses, and anaglyph systems.
In Mission Biotech the player explores and investigates a biotech laboratory in order to get to the bottom of an ongoing epidemic disease. The game features detailed lab and office environments that contain clues and tools to help with this task.
Funded by the University of Florida, the game encourages students to pursue a career in the biotech field.