A group project for a NTNU course called "Experts in Teamwork". Our team consisted of three Interaction Design students and two Applied Computer Science students, and I was the only non-Norwegian in team member. We designed and developed a prototype of an educational chemistry game for virtual reality (HTC Vive).
However, the design concept was more detailed and the prototype (made in Unity engine) was very basic due to the composition of our team. The prototype was functional, and allowed users to build molecules using building blocks. This prototype was user tested at a nearby high school and an article about the test day was published (in Norwegian).
User feedback on the prototype was almost universally positive, and the general consensus at our project presentation was that this project had potential in the future. Indeed, one of our team members ended up continuing the project in his master's thesis.
Project ended: May 2017