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“We run this game using three to four functions and these functions include the introduction to the types of Wau as well as the culture and history behind it. For now the game incorporates three types of Wau, however we hope to include every Wau from every state in Malaysia in the future. The game is simple and fun. You play by avoiding the obstacles,” Fairuz explained how the game titled “Wow the Wau!” from the first project works.  



We saw headsets like Google Cardboard and Oculus Rift entering the market and causing a furore, then dying down again. Their VR design had a very primitive, experimental feel, and perhaps that’s why it hasn’t taken off yet. However, that’s not to say they weren’t instrumental to the growing field of VR design, a field that could completely revolutionize the way we live and sooner than we think.  

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