The goal of the demo is to create a sense of space where the user can get a taste of Tokyo before arriving in person. Users will get a slightly different experience dependent on whether they are using VR or observing it through a browser.
The top images show how viewers might see it in VR. While the below images show how viewers might see it in a browser. With less concern for motion sickness, more textual information can be present.
The AR functionality is meant to aid the VR experience by assisting in wayfinding through a 3D recreation of specific districts or nearby locals. The projects below show the conceptualization of this idea on a small scale.
For the constructed headband, I created art for a tokyo city display. Inside you get a better view of some of the nature surrounding Tokyo with hints of the cherry blossom trees. The logo is displayed on the side so that customers can still see it when it is in its sleeve.