Interactive Designer and Developer - AR, VR, Games
Ralston Louie is a VR/AR developer and designer with a passion for creating immersive experiences that explore science, culture, and history. He has spent several years working as a professional developer and designer in the AR and VR industry, and is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Interactive Media and Game Development at USC.
An interactive 360 experience recreating the real-life story of Tiana Smalls, who stood up to border patrol when they illegally boarded a bus from LA to Las Vegas
An interactive 360 experience shot from the eyes of Henry Evans, a mute quadriplegic man
Programmed software platform to handle 360/VR content processing and rendering inside Unity engine
Available on the Oculus store: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/go/1446566452123631/
The Price of Freedom
An interactive, room-scale VR experience for the HTC Vive. You are Agent Zero and your mission is to assassinate a rogue Washington Post journalist. Inspired by the true story of Project MKUltra, the CIA mind control experiments during the 1970s.
Time travel from futuristic Hong Kong to an ancient Chinese village
Programmed all the object interactions, gadget mechanics, animations, cinematics, and scene transitions
Captured volumetric holograms using Kinect V2 and Mimesys SDK and integrated them into CG environment
Collaborated with 3D artist to recreate ancient Chinese village based on real archival photos
Explore the Colosseum while interacting with users from around the world