Hackathon mentors are awesome++, but there are a few things that you can do to try debugging your applications and get a head start on fixing issues you may run into. First Checks Before you track down a mentor for help, go through the following checklist to make sure that you’re not hitting some of […]
What a week! It’s a busy few weeks for the VR industry: Oculus by Facebook hosted their third developer conference, OC3, in San Jose this past week, MIT Media Lab held a four-day hackathon in Boston focusing on virtual and augmented reality over the weekend, and Valve has their Steam Dev Days starting this week – […]
This past weekend, I participated in a Meta AR Augmented Reality hackathon in San Francisco and had a chance to play around with & try building for one of the only consumer-available AR headsets. I’ll be going into more detail in an upcoming post about the technical side of the event, but I’ve gotten some […]
Yesterday, I had the privilege to participate in a hack/code-a-thon at a local middle school as part of the Hour of Code initiative and thought that I’d share my love for Virtual Reality by bringing my Oculus Rift with me and doing demos during lunchtime. Although I suspected that a number of the kids would find […]
My First Official Hackathon! I’ll be attending rosie.wants.you(to_code) on May 3rd and 4th in San Francisco for my first Hackathon! I registered as a hacker, because I recently started a new side project that I can’t seem to find enough hours in the day to work on. I’m super psyched!