So, Codespa is amazing. You learn how to code and make virtual reality games and art at a magical retreat, aimed at people who are underrepresented in tech. In between classes and hands-on, guided learning, students (and teachers!) get to practice yoga & meditation, enjoy amazing food and take in the gorgeous surroundings of Mt. Madonna, CA. What’s even cooler – the entire […]
A little late-night A-frame doodle Inspired by Dan Shiffman’s excellent vid and the brilliant book. Sauce (The entire logic boils down to “Math.floor(Math.random() * 2) > 0 ? ‘/’ : ‘\\’;”, really)
Wrote a Medium Article about the aforementioned. [everydays are cancelled for now; working on longer-term projects. So that’s actually good!]
Purists might say it doesn’t count as an Everyday, but I spent today on a Intro to Unity & VR Lecture and accompanying Unity mini-game. It’s a very last minute thing and kept me working into the night and I hereby decide it totally counts.
I was pleasantly surprised that *some* things worked in attempting to export stuff out of tilt brush. Still no luck bringing the fbx into threejs though – but the fault, as always, lies with threejs. Seems that the actual fbx is solid (and fwiw the sketchfab people are doing a fine job translating it to webgl). Also […]
A small A-frame scene. Live here (browse with Nightly or Chromium for Vive-compatibility, you know the drill.) Wanted to experiment with JSON import and particle effects and Vive Integration. Didn’t have a ton of time. A-Frame is astoundingly plug&play but I’m still not fully comfortable with the component registry API. I wanna add threejs stuff without thinking […]
A Leapmotion game UI idea [everyday 5/9/17]
After too many years with the DK2 as my only VR headset (Hello, my name is Michael and I’ve been using the same VR headset for 3 years. We love you, Michael) I finally got on board the Vive train and it’s the cat’s meow, as you very well know if you’re reading this. It’s also super compatible […]