Interactive VR Display Livens Up Chicago Transit Shelter

Interactive VR Display Livens Up Chicago Transit Shelter

Boost Mobile's virtual experience was aimed at those waiting to catch a bus

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 january 2017

Bored while waiting for your early morning commute? What if you could teleport to a virtual world to kill time? Creative digital agency Schiefer Chopshop teamed up with Boost Mobile to design an interactive VR display for a downtown Chicago transit shelter utilizing a large shadow box, and VR props such as gloves from MMA fighter Rampage Jackson and a surfboard from Rob Machado.

People were then invited to take a trip to an Unlimited World, using set of Samsung Gear VR goggles and a Samsung S7 phone to be transported into the immersive experience. Get a sneak peek in the video below:

Schiefer Chopshop

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