Getting back on track πŸ”§

So that thing I broke, it’s getting fixed. Little by little, day by day. So far I’ve managed to get: VR working properly again (at least I think I have) select objects again the FPS back over 60 Unfortunately I still can’t compile to my phone but hopefully, the weekend sorts that. It’s funny how […]

How to make stuff βš™οΈ

Making stuff is difficult, especially when that stuff is new. This is something I’m all too aware of. I was progressing nicely with my Night at the Museum project when (in my wisdom) I decided to upgrade my production tools mid-project. A word of advice, never do that. Spending hours fixing a long list of […]

Project: Night at the Museum πŸ›

I’m working on a project for my studies with Udacity. The goal is to create a VR experience that demonstrates my research into a VR company. I’ll do a series of posts on this as I progress along the path to completion. To start here’s my first crack at the initial documentation for the project: […]

Process: Puzzler πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Over the past few months I’ve been studying with Udacity to learn VR software development. The course has been great so far, so I thought I’d share a little of what I’ve been up to with a game called “Puzzler”. About Puzzler Puzzler is a simple VR experience for Google cardboard. Basically anyone with a […]

Process: User experience testing πŸ”¬

As I said in my previous post on process, it’s important to test your work early and often. This means getting in front of your users and collecting feedback, aka UX testing. When you’re starting out with user testing it can be quite intimidating, but with a few tips and a bit of preparation, it […]

Process πŸ“

The making of a “thing” happens in loads of different ways, but I’ve always found it’s best to have some sort of process to get a good result. It doesn’t have to be onerous, just something repeatable that considers a few things consistently. To avoid an overly long post I plan to write a series […]