Entertainment Technology Center of Carnegie Mellon
Instructor: Dave Culyba
Platform: CAVE (ETC Developed)
Duration: 2 weeks
Team Size: 5
Responsible for: Narrative Design, Sound Design, Production
07/2019 - 09/2019
Under Cave is an atmospheric horror interactive experience developed during the Building Virtual World course at Carnegie Mellon University that allows players to be highly immersed and engaged by utilizing projection, props and motion floor.
It is a really short but tight project. At the start of the project, as the project producer, I primarily focused on establishing a building plan and schedule. I served as a bridge between designers, artists and programmers. In the meantime, I worked on the narrative designs, sound design as well as the general pacing of the full game.
The player visits their recently purchased gem mine with the accompany of an old miner. But after they both get on a minecart and go into the cave, their journey starts to go south. During this supernatural experience, the player finds out their forgotten identity.
Our team immediately signed up for the CAVE platform after it was available during the semester as all of us happen to be adventurous and eager to try something new.
So we started research by trying out the room ourselves and watching videos of past CAVE projects.
CAVE room, with 3 projection screens and a motion floor