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October 15, 2015

I was excited to have the opportunity to present two VR-related talks at the 2015 Grace Hopper Conference in Houston, Texas. With a personal goal of getting as many people interested in taking the plunge into the virtual and augmented reality industry, I was excited to share my initial thoughts and feelings on Inclusive VR […]

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September 23, 2015

I bought a Leap Motion several months ago, and in the haste and excitement of ordering it, I bought the version without the developer VR mount. Last week, though, I finally got a chance to sit down and play with it and created a basic “Sticker Shooter” app that uses Leap Motion gesture controls to shoot objects […]

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June 13, 2015

I’ve been working on a new project, AllegroVR, where I combine my love of virtual reality, computer science, and music composition to bring you a mobile VR app that lets you make a lot of noise music by gazing at various things in your environment and initializing a sound clip attached to it. Right now, one […]

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May 23, 2015

Last week, I introduced KittenVR – a living development experiment where I attempt to document as much of my virtual reality development experiments as possible. I am a Unity n00b and VR fan girl, and my hope with this project is to inspire other aspiring developers to feel confident jumping into their own VR applications, […]

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May 10, 2015

And hello, San Francisco International Terminal G! Okay, so I guess that’s still the USA for now – but it won’t be for long! Today, I’m heading off on my first international trip in 2 years to Hungary, for JS Conf Budapest, where I’ll be sharing my addiction love of virtual reality with a talk […]

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July 7, 2014

A recurring theme that I’ve seen popping up frequently in development-centric forums that I visit regularly is the problem of the “expert beginner”. Erik Dietrich does an excellent job describing this in his blog, and while I think he makes many valid points, I would argue that there is a third path that an advanced beginner […]

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June 2, 2014

Thanks to indexing sites like Google, free and instant-access encyclopedias like Wikipedia, and a limitless amount of data that can be shared instantly, we are living in the start of the era of the Information Age, characterized by the prevalence of technology and computers in virtually every aspect of our day-to-day lives. That said, not […]

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