Tag: oculus

May 23, 2016

This weekend, I had a wonderful tech-filled weekend that I loved just too much not to share! In today’s Monday Musings, I wanted to talk about my experience at Oculus Launch Pad and the SF Bay Maker Faire. Oculus Launch Pad On Saturday, Oculus held their first Launch Pad event, a diversity initiative aimed to […]

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March 28, 2016

oculus vr in front of a notebook with math calculations

Today, as I watched from afar via Twitter the first few Rifts arriving into happy homes, I enjoyed what are likely some of my final hours with my DK 2. We both know that it’s almost over – we had a great run, but I’m ready for my Rift to ship and my DK 2 has […]

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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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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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March 3, 2015

Only days after Oculus announced their Mobile VR Game Jam and Samsung revealed the second iteration of their Gear VR headset, the momentum around smartphone VR games at GDC continued. Robot Invader co-founder Chris Pruett discussed Dead Secret, an upcoming Gear VR murder mystery title, and the process for making the game VR-ready. Pruett, who also works for Oculus’s Developer […]

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January 13, 2015

Hey all! I mentioned a while back that I was working on a Unity Tutorial for getting started with the Oculus SDK, and while it’s still got a way to go before it’s done, I’ve shared the tutorial, which is written in markdown, on my GitHub profile. If you’re interested in browsing through to learn […]

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