If you’re curious about Facebook’s approach to turning research into products and shipping new technology to billions of users, AR/VR audio lead, Varun Nair, gave a presentation today that may interest you.
Some devs have all the fun.
Aaron Clifford is the head AR/VR developer for KOVR, a new VR division of video production company, KO Group. He’s a FLASH game dev from back in the day–all of us cool kids were–and managed to leverage his experience into cool projects like the Dragon Age: Inquisition web-based party builder that launched along with the proper game.
I do love it when a plan comes together.
To test out my newly optimized enemy model with Inverse Kinematics, I wanted to do a little animation test with a video or gif of some sort. You may remember this as the way Epic Games got in so much trouble with Fortnite.
Since we’re keeping it simple with the animated enemies in this project, I briefly thought I could achieve everything I wanted to do with simple bone rotation keyframes–this looked bad, took too much effort, and was just wrong.
This post should be short and sweet. It’s about an issue that took up just enough time to talk about it.
I met David via Twitter while freelancing for Zam.com (now Fanbyte). Beyond writing the definitive unofficial book on Roblox, David has picked up bylines at Forbes Games, IGN, Vice, Polygon, and other outlets. He now juggles tasks as a senior editor at UploadVR and trust me when I say his work in the virtual reality space has been a boon to developers and enthusiasts alike.
It’s my fault we didn’t manage to have David on during 2019, and it’s my fault again that his appearance was in the middle of a CES crapstorm, but it’s all good news for you! Thanks to this timing, David not only sheds light on the most recent developments for Oculus hardware owners and the company’s apparent direction for the near future, but we also get the scoop on some of this year’s most promising sights from CES itself.
Go send David some love; it’s a difficult time of year.