A Collaborative User Generated Ambient Augmented Virtual Reality Scientific Visualisation The Size Of Denmark
Creating A Safe Environment For People In VR
At the 3rd Party Dev State of the Union at EVE Fanfest 2016 earlier this year, CCP FoxFour drew my attention to a limitation of the current approach used by crestmatic to generate CREST documentation: it only discovers resources always reachable from the API root from the perspective of the ...read more
A year ago I gave a talk at EVE Vegas about building RESTful CREST applications. My #1 recommendation was to specify representations in requests, but that’s hard to do when there is little documentation on which representations are available and what they contain.
Fortunately CREST is self describing: send ...read more
Data Is Not Art
This week I experienced two remarkable combinations of music and the moving image.
This evening I watched Nature — Mira Calix and Quayola’s audio visual piece which took video footage of flowers blowing in the wind and used motion tracking technology to generate music ...read more
dConstructing Augmented Reality
As usual I found most of the sessions interesting, but not always relevant as there’s a heavy design rather than development focus. The most relevant talk this year was ...read more
Following In My Father’s Footsteps
From 2 years before I was born, until just before I started working on Second Life at Linden Lab, my Dad worked at an innovative technology company with a large consumer photography business: Kodak. From January next year I’ll be working at an innovative technology company with a large ...read more
FOSDEM X: The Movie
Free Tests For Everyone!
Modern software development is sometimes colourfully described as being similar to firing tracer bullets at a target. Rather than spending time doing a lot of research, design and specification up front, the smallest, simplest version of the software is built and the feedback gathered from its use is used to ...read more
Goodbye Babbage Linden, Hello Doc Boffin
Google+ First Thoughts
After months of rumours it’s finally here, so what is Google+ like? My first thoughts are that it’s super slick and that Circles definitely makes it different, but I’m not sure better.
Limiting the distribution of shared information will likely also limit the growth of the network ...read more
Well, not exactly. Having blogged previously on Terra Nova, the original Creation Engine and currently on the Official Second Life Blog, I’m not exactly stumbling blinking in to the blinding light of the blogosphere. Recently a number of things have come up that I’ve wanted to write more ...read more