The Magic Leap is one of the most anticipated pieces of AR gear to be released in recent memory. Until now, Magic Leap has been ultra-secret about the details and specifications of the device for such a long time that many (including myself) have become skeptical about it being released at all. At last, a
Just before I moved from California to Sweden, I sold my Fender Bandmaster and picked up a more train friendly amp, the Reverb Deluxe Reissue. It’s a fantastic amp with a nice clean sound. I also picked up a dual voltage transformer so that I could plug it into the 220V mains here in Europe.
A fun video capture from my phone messing around with Vuforia a few years ago. This is with some animations in Unity and a random book as marker. Worked like a champ! This was a prototype that was later used for some work I did with All These Worlds.
Recently I was asked to create a LED lighting controller that would be part of a bigger interactive experience controlled by Unity. More specifically, a lighting system behind a transparent OLED. There were 4 channels of lighting that needed to be independently faded on or off. There are a lot of tutorials out there on
Last month my friend Ari Shapiro (ICT) asked me if I would like to build a portable version of the Raspberry Pi based capture cage for a research conference. Heck Yeah I would! The original physical design is based on the pi3dscan system from a group called 3dmij in the Netherlands, but this one needed
I’ve been wanting to do this trip for a long time. For a couple of years now I’ve been doing my best to find a couple of friends that would be willing to come down and do a baja run. Last summer we drove all the way to Cabo in our 4WD, so I’ve got
Up late last night aiming lasers for a mission impossible style game for Spinifex. It’s all smoke and mirrors. And lasers.