On today’s episode I speak with Neal Nellans the creator of Super Bike TT the Superbike racing simulator designed for the Oculus Rift.
Come along as we discuss, the second coming of arcades with VR, using virtual reality in animal experimentation, developing SuperBike TT for the Rift and Neal’s dog can shoot lasers from his mouth and fire from his butt.
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On today’s show I speak with Flake, the VR Guinea Pig. We spoke about the potential marketing challenges for Oculus’ CV1, how virtual reality can help In a viral pandemic and we dip our toes into the ‘let’s play’ phenomena.
Thanks again to Flake for being a true scholar and gentleman of virtual reality.
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Note: The clip in the beginning is from the Ghost in the Shell soundtrack.
I speak with Matthew G, the creator of the upcoming Relaxation VR and Health VR apps. We talked about using virtual reality to help alleviate stress, treat phantom limb syndrome and a whole host of other medical applications of virtual reality.
We also discussed using telerobotics for self treatment of ailments, playing monopoly inside virtual reality, 3D printed penises and how to crowd fund the search for infinite energy.
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Thanks so much to my guest for being a scholar and gentleman of virtual reality.
Welcome to the podcast on all things virtual reality. On today’s show I am joined by Nick Pittom, creator of the Boiler Room, a virtual reality recreation from the iconic scene in the movie Spirited away. Nick and I talked about VR development, Unity vs Unreal Engine, DK2, project morpheus, the singularity and much more!
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Thanks again to my guest for being a true scholar and gentleman of virtual reality.
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On today’s show I speak with Luis Oliveira, founder of Arch Immersive technologies a start up company based out of Portugal that is aiming to play a significant role in the realm of architecture.
Come along as we discuss the potentials and possibilities for virtual reality in the realm of architecture and real estate. We also talked about the European economic crisis and how it can affect virtual reality development in the region, how the conflict in Ukraine might play out, why a Skyrim mod for VR might end your social life, Dragon Age II being kinda shitty and using electrical signals to stimulate your tongue to simulate ‘taste’ in VR.
Thanks again to my wonderful guest for being a true scholar and gentleman of virtual reality.
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Welcome to another exciting episode of EnterVR. I had the honor and pleasure to demo the latest build of Zombies on the holodeck from Survios. I truly felt like a kid demoing out Zombies on the Holodeck.
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While there, we decided to record another amazing podcast. Come along as we discuss more VR development, re-teaching users how to play, using VR for machinima and we dip our toes in the world of cryptocurrency. I also reveal how I almost became a Pastafarian.
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