Yes, another Ludum Dare is finished! A few weeks ago, our friend Sean Siem lent us his Vive DK VR system. PG and I got to play around with it and tried a bunch of free demo from Steam. For this Ludum Dare session, I decided to make a VR experience, involving cat. During HoloHack,… Read More »
Yesterday, I went to an All-Women Hackaton event, organized by VR/AR Collectives and Girls in Tech. It was only a one-day event, but I really enjoyed it. It was great to see 100 different lovely ladies from various background, all itching to learn this new technology and from each other. During pitching, a lot of… Read More »
I had to skip the Seattle VR Hackaton back in the end of April since both of us are moving to back to Seattle for good. However, three weeks ago as I flew back to Orange County, CA to get everything ready for long-distance mover, I caught news about Microsoft Hololens Hackaton. I jumped on… Read More »
First of all, to all of you solo developers, I have to say, you are awesome! Because working solo is rough. Yesterday I finished my first Ludum Dare game jam project. I decided to work solo for this, so I can test my Unity skills. It was definitely hard. This was the first time I… Read More »
Yesterday, I went to a Unity Workshop event at University District. This particular workshop was held prior to a Seattle Virtual Reality Mini-Hackaton next week, which also help to prepare people for a larger Seattle VR Hackaton in April. I don’t know much about developing for VR, and from the last Global Game Jam, I… Read More »
Hello everyone, After a long hiatus, we have some update. Last week I participated in 2016 Global Game Jam. I just moved back from Southern California to Seattle area, so this was a great opportunity for me to start reconnecting and meeting new people. It also has been 4 years since the last time I… Read More »
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