Today at the Windows 10 Preview event, Microsoft officially announced their stake in the VR/AR game with Windows Holographic and Microsoft HoloLens – we are officially living in the future. Today’s Windows 10 event generated a lot of buzz for the HoloLens and Windows Holographic, with a live demo of an app called HoloStudio showing a drone […]
2014 is officially behind us, and what a year it’s been! It was a year of learning how to use OS X after years of being Windows-only, and dabbling in iOS application development. I attended my first-ever “Unconference” and met some great people at the Bay Area She’s Geeky conference – and I’ll be headed […]
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 […]
I have some good news today! No, my Oculus DK2 isn’t here (yet), but there’s still a lot going on and I’m so excited to share!
We just left the keynote for the Samsung Developer Conference, and it was a good day for VR! First up, we got a first look at “Project Beyond”, Samsung’s 360 video camera. Samsung announced their first venture into 3D stereoscopic VR recording during the keynote and showed off a demo of it! Next, we saw […]
After months of considering ordering a DK 2 from Oculus Rift, I spent several weeks committed to waiting for the Crescent Bay headset. Today, I took an honest look at my new obsession with Virtual Reality and decided that it was time to go all in. Today, I decided to become an owner of my […]
I’ll admit it – the first time I saw Google’s first public entry into the VR space with Google Cardboard, I laughed. The demo, while really cool for showing potential, was buggy and I quickly felt dizzy trying out the sample applications they had. Only a couple of days after Google I/O, Cardboard felt a […]