What would a common user interface design pattern look like if it were translated into VR?
This web app displays the latest tweets from the user's home timeline in 3D. By turning right, the user can see more tweets. Tweets outside of the user's field of view get replaced by new tweets in the user's feed, allowing tweets to be displayed continuously. Media associated with the tweet can be viewed directly underneath the tweet.
Cardbird runs entirely in your browser. It utilizes Chrome Experiments for VR for setting up three.js to work with Cardboard. OAuth.io is used to authenticate the user with Twitter easily and to call the Twitter API. Tweets are converted into three.js objects and are inserted and removed from the scene as the user turns left and right.
Currently, Tweets are read-only, but the retweet/favorite buttons could be used to perform their associated actions. If a tweet is part of a conversation, the other tweets in that conversation could be displayed behind the tweet.