Episode 43 – Woot! Power Solitaire VR Early Access
In this episode we talk about the Steam Early Access release of my new game, Power Solitaire VR. We also talk about developing for AR, Google Daydream, and PlayStation VR, and lots of other things VR and AR.
Episode 42 – What is wrong with Millennials? Nothing!
In this episode we go off topic and talk about a recent Simon Sinek video about why Millennials are worthless. But of course we also talk about the CES 2017 show, Oculus room scale, photogrammetry, and lots of other things VR and AR.
In this episode we talk about the many VR and AR product introductions this fall, including Playstation VR, Daydream, Microsoft VR, Oculus products and more. We also talk about the huge Reality, Virtually Hackathon at the MIT Media Lab last month where I was a co-organizer and lead mentor and Jarrett was a hacker participant.
Episode 39 – Reality, Virtually, Hackathon! call for participation
In this episode we talk about the huge upcoming VR/AR hackathon called “Reality, Virtually” at the MIT Media Lab, October 7-10, 2016, open for registration for anyone who wants to participate. Discussion of the hackathon starts about 15 minutes in. But first we chat about a few games (both VR and non-VR), upcoming conferences, devices and lots of other things VR and AR.
Back in June I was interviewed as a guest on a morning talk show called “Chicks Dishing” at a local radio station, WLTN-FM, in the White Mountains region of Littleton, New Hampshire. In this episode I replay the show, about a half-hour. We were invited on air to promote a new local meetup group, the Littleton Tech Meetup, but we spent considerable time talking about virtual reality. It was fun framing the conversation for a general audience including people who probably have never seen or even heard of virtual reality and augmented reality.
This episode is a different format. Over the July 4th weekend, my extended family gathered at my sister’s house on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, for vacation. There were nearly 20 of us under one roof for a weekend of fun in the sun, beach, food, fireworks, parades, and of course, my HTC Vive. I took this opportunity to speak with many of them before and after their trying VR for the first time. And I assembled the recordings here for this podcast.