A google cardboard app experiment. It starts up into what appears to be an Augmented Realtiy application, but soon "crashs" and beams you into a nightmarish first-person shooter like scenery (Set out as a drive through the ruins of the Syrian town Homs, followed by a fly-over of a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan)
The app utilizes and demos a mix of technologies from WebVR and 3D to live-video and the Pulfrich-effect to turn video-footage from the web into stereosopic imaginery.
This app was made by hybrid app development and web technologies (WebVR), so it could be run in your browser if you have a very recent version.
However the experience on the desktop will be very limited, since it was designed for usage in a cardboard and with video live input