Before starting the application development, creating a written description of the envisioned experience is essential. Begin by outlining the overarching goals and objectives of your VR application. Clearly articulate the purpose it serves, the problems it addresses, and the unique value it brings to users. Describe user stories, vision for UX/UI, app flow, and the immersive world or environment you aim to create. Whether a realistic simulation, an entertaining game, or an educational platform, it paints a vivid picture of the virtual landscape users will explore.
Try to specify tasks users will undertake within the VR application. Define the interactive elements and functionalities that engage users. Consider the user journey — how they navigate the virtual space, interact with objects, and achieve the objectives outlined in your goals and objectives. Devise a step-by-step onboarding process that introduces users to the VR experience. Outline how users will know how the controls work, navigate the virtual space, and understand the application's functionalities.
Even without technical expertise, attempt to visualize and describe the interface of your VR project. Outline the key elements users will encounter — menus, buttons, visual cues, or other interactive components. This description is a foundation for the development and dialogue with the developers in translating your vision into a tangible and visually appealing interface.
Once you have your written description, collaborate closely with experienced VR developers. Share your vision, goals, and descriptions with the development team. Engage in discussions to refine technical aspects, explore feasibility, and seek their insights for optimizing the user experience.