Part of my Udcaity VR course involves doing a quick/light review of a Google Cardboard app. So I figured I might as well post that here too. VR App review – Google Street View – iOS To call Google Street View for iOS a VR app feels like a bit of a stretch. Upon opening the […]
Ever since Pokemon Go, AR seems to have worked its way into the “parlance of our time“. Truth be told we’ve actually had loads of examples of AR apps for years now, just not combined with a cultural phenomenon like Pokemon. I think it’s fair to say it’s highly likely there’s about to be a […]
Since I’m learning VR it seemed a good idea to finally learn Git properly. In the past, I’d used GitHub just to play around with git conceptually. I liked it, but couldn’t really justify a paid account for private repos. Over the past few days I’ve learned a few important things to know when you’re first […]
Now this is exciting stuff. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAsxW5YtWrM&w=560&h=315] AR is only just getting started, but now it has the key, a platform.
I’ve been studying VR development for a few months now. As I advance in the course I’m having to choose a specialisation. I’m more interested in high immersion VR, like the stuff seen in the below video. Unfortunately, the cost of a VR setup is around $5k, which is quite prohibitive. One of the challenges […]
I’ve just been reading this really interesting post on the possibility of a vastly improved Siri. It’s funny how even Apple fans get into a panic whenever a competitor brings out something fancy. I don’t see much value in speculating on this stuff. Apple has never been open about their plans. It’s better to complain about public […]